Meet the Team
Rebecca Fisher-McGinty (she/hers)
Rebecca jumped on board in 2016 as our Communications Wizard to manifest her values and vision of economic change and justice. She envisions a world where people can live up to their potential, community is valued and invested in, and power is embodied with love. She has a B.S. in Environmental Policy from UC Berkeley and experience working in community and environmental organizations responding to climate change and injustices. She is currently rooted in New Orleans where she is a community organizer for racial and social justice. In her spare time, you can find her dancing, building, or coloring.
Cecile Green (She/Her)
Cecile Green is a visionary, social entrepreneur, experiential philosopher, and homesteader with a passion for creating an ecology of practices for shared power that works in many different contexts so that we can collectively navigate the meta-crises to a healthy world. As an integral scholar-practitioner and lifelong learner, she holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Community Supported Agricultural Systems and has over three decades of experience in entrepreneurial environments. She has participated in nearly a dozen organizational launches and built from the ground up four successful businesses. Read more...
Daniel Little (He/Him)
Daniel is fiercely committed to supporting socially responsible leaders achieve success without losing the deeply held values that inspired them to make the world a better place through their work. If you are looking for a dedicated ally for your growth who can guide you with great strength and compassion to address challenges you may have faced for years, like being more effective with the limited time you have, managing change in a kaleidoscopic marketplace, or dealing skillfully with difficult relationships, then you’re in the right place. Read more...
Alyssa Moncure (They/Them)
Alyssa Moncure is an artist, sovereign seed-sower, and storyteller with ancestral roots in Virginia, the Deep South, and the Caribbean. They were introduced to Collab while taking the Level 1 course, using it to guide their work leading the implementation of a grocery co-op in Kansas City, KS. Seeing the utility of Collab in giving structure and foundation to collective governance, they questioned how they could go deeper to integrate the practice in other areas of their life. They are now excited to join Round Sky to assist other students in understanding and adapting Collab for their own purposes. Read more.