Writer, director, cinematographer, Liesl Clark, has produced over twenty one-hour documentaries on science and exploration for NOVA, National Geographic, and the BBC. She has won numerous awards for her journalistic work, including a Primetime Emmy, the Silver Dragon, the Silver Hugo, and the Dupont-Columbia Journalism Award: the Gold Baton. Director of the Magic Yeti Children’s libraries, Liesl is working to increase literacy for children in 6 remote villages in Nepal. She, her husband, and their two teens love to explore and live in the highest places where humans can thrive. Liesl's cofounding of the Buy Nothing Project has initiated a social movement necessary to bring about change and a positive impact on our homes and the environment. Liesl is the co-author of The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan, coming out in time for Earth Day of April, 2020, from Atria Books of Simon & Schuster.
Always on-mission, social media and storytelling coach Rebecca Rockefeller has been working to build a more resilient and equitable world through the Buy Nothing Project, a worldwide network of hyperlocal gift economies. A graduate of The Evergreen State College, Rebecca focused on political economy, social change, the environment, and feminist theory. She has spent time as a kayak guide, a citizen scientist documenting watershed plastic pollution, a non-profit social media consultant, teacher, writer, community organizer, and most recently, as Executive Director for an organization empowering teens and adults who have intellectual disabilities. She has been most transformed and inspired by her work raising her two kind and wise daughters, Ava Justice & Mira Shalom. Together, they raise chickens, farm food, and grow flowers on an island in the Salish Sea. Rebecca is the co-author of The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan, coming out in time for Earth Day of April, 2020, from Atria Books of Simon & Schuster.