is systems practitioner working in the field of generative societal change. He is dedicated to the development of innovative practices that enable insights into our most challenging questions.
After a practicing law he obtained a Masters degree in global leadership and sustainability management. He has been a facilitator of policy reforms on water, energy, waste, climate, urban planning and health services. His interest in generative systems design led to his PhD research to discover how to visualise the health of thought in large-scale social systems.
He is the founder of the discipline of apithology, which examines the dynamics of systemic health and generative wellbeing. He is presently the Director for Research at the Centre for Humanity Learning.