Greg Buchholz Greg conceived, cofounded and currently serves as a director at GoGreen Online. He is a 4-time internet founder and operator. He is COO of SpringCM, a leading Software as a Service company, devoted to automating document processes and enterprise content. He is also a director at MSDSOnline, Inc. Greg was formerly with Court Capital, and with Goldman Sachs. Greg resides in Chicago, and is a father to 3 daughters.
Christine Mason McCaull
Christine Mason McCaull co-founded GoGreen Online, and GoGreenTV, to give people the facts and habits that could make a difference for the planet in a straightforward and nonjudgmental way. VIDEO.
Christine has invested her career in growing new ventures, primarily in the internet arena, with a heavy focus on content, web based services and marketing. She was CEO and founder of SpringCM, and CEO of Intellext, and has founded or served on the board of several other companies. She holds a BA from Northwestern and a MBA from Kellogg. She is an author, illustrator and installation artist, yoga teacher in the tradition of Desikachar, and mom to 6.
Elizabeth Rogers Elizabeth is a best-selling author; environmental consultant and entrepreneur who is committed to helping people make an impact on their world. In 2007 Ms. Rogers co-wrote the New York Times best seller, “The Green Book,” an innovative, user-friendly guide that teaches how simple shifts in habit can make a powerful difference in building a stronger, more sustainable world. Ms. Rogers also consults for major brands seeking to develop environmentally friendly commercial products.
In addition, Ms. Rogers speaks to groups nationwide on new green initiatives she has created. Ms. Rogers’ initial foray into “green content” resulted in “Trippin’,” MTV’s first eco-friendly show, which she conceived and produced with actor Cameron Diaz. Every day Ms. Rogers tries to shift a habit to support the global green effort. To learn more about her daily shifts, click on www.shiftyourhabit.com.
John McCaull is a lifelong environmentalist. His father, Julian McCaull, was the editor of the first eco pub, Environment Magazine, in the 60s, and John grew up steeped in that awareness. Educated at UC Davis law school, John was the legislative director for the Audubon Society for 12 years, and subsequently served the American Farmland Trust.
He currently represents the Geothermal Energy Association in the Western States, as well as the Big Sur Land Trust, the Audubon Society, the Sonoma County Water Agency, and many other clients at the intersection of land use, water , habitat and renewable energy issues. He worked on California’s landmark Climate legislation, and is considered to be an expert on Williamson Act and other land preservation questions. He serves on the Renewable Energy Transmission Initiative. A father of 6, avid hiker and outdoorsman, John resides in Sonoma.