The Senior Advisory Board is made up of thought-leaders and activists from a variety of industries and disciplines who provide high-level advice and guidance.
Amy Senger, Founder/CEO, 1×57
Amy has dedicated her career enabling IT innovation in various arens of state and federal government, including projects in support of the National Security Agency, the CIA, and the ODNI.
An ardent advocate of local, sustainable living, Amy has been living A Clean Life for two years.
Andrea Baker, Director of Enterprise 2.0 for Navstar
Ms. Andrea Baker served in the United States Army as a Signals Intelligence Analyst and an Arabic Linguist. She is a disabled American Veteran, former Jazz Singer, and Music industry promoter.
Ms. Baker is the Director of Enterprise 2.0 for Navstar, Inc, under which she is a consultant for the Federal Government and private industry. She has supported various agencies throughout her career such as the CIA, DIA, NSA, NOAA, and the Pentagon. Ms . Baker helps her customers utilize social media tools as Enterprise 2.0 solutions effectively. She specializes in the user community advocacy and an application developer liaison, through tools like wikis, blogs, and other social web technologies.
In July 2009, Ms. Baker became Executive Vice President and Programming Director of Social Media Club – Washington DC. When not working, she balances her life by going to the beach to write. You can find some her writings on ZDnet and Social Computing Journal.
Ms. Baker believes every day choices can help lead you toward Zero Waste and a clean and greener footprint. She and her boyfriend, Joseph Higgs, compost everything possible and recycle the rest, as well as tend to their own organic vegetable garden. They are currently in the planning stages of building their own green home. They are thinking of and inventing creative ways to make every part that goes into the build as a green option.
Scott Beale, Founder, CEO of Atlas Corps
Scott Beale is the founder of Atlas Service Corps and an experienced social entrepreneur who has started three citizen sector organizations and helped thousands of people in his generation become agents for social change. He has worked in four continents, with citizen, government and business leaders from around the world, and through Atlas Corps has pioneered an innovative, sustainable and scalable way for revolutionizing international volunteerism.
For ten years Scott was a recognized leader of the Millennial Generation as the author of “Millennial Manifesto: A Youth Activist Handbook” and the founder of Millennial Politics.com. He has published many articles and delivered over 300 speeches on his “10 Steps To Change the World”. He has even appeared on CBS discussing the politics of his generation. After the 2004 Election, the Youth Vote Coalition named him on of “30 People Under 30 Changing Politics in America.”
In addition to his political activism, Scott is an experienced social entrepreneur. As the Mid Atlantic Director of Youth Venture (a sister organization of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public), he helped over 1,000 young people start citizen sector organizations. While at Youth Venture, he helped expand the organization from approximately three to twenty-five, in large part due to a partnership with AmeriCorps VISTA and the Corporation for National Service. Scott also founded a small nonprofit organization, the 2100 Fund, that organizes large parties to raise money for charity.
He now splits time between Bogotá, Colombia, Washington, DC, Newark, Delaware and New Delhi, India developing a revolutionary method of international service. He is happily married to Courtney Allison Kramer Beale, who is a U.S. Foreign Service Officer.