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Leadership Team


Dr Zach Bush
Executive Producer

Zach Bush MD is one of the few triple board-certified physicians in the country, with expertise in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice/Palliative care. The breakthrough science that Dr Zach and his colleagues have delivered offers profound new insights into human health and longevity, and reveals the epicenter of our public health crisis that lies at the cross section of chemical farming, consumer behavior, and the sociopolitical norms and policies of the last decades.

Dr Zach points to his kids as the driving force behind his passion for change. He is fiercely motivated by a desire to have them experience a much brighter and healthier future. His educational efforts provide a grassroots foundation from which we can launch change in our consumer, business and legislative framework, to ultimately up-shift human behavior to bring about radical change in the mega industries of big farming and big pharma.

More of Zach’s work can be learned at www.zachbushmd.com


Nicol Ragland
Director of Media Production
Director | Photographer | Producer

Influenced and informed by time spent with the Indigenous in multiple countries, Ragland continues to engage in a long term photographic and film exploration into humanity’s relationship to culture and the wild.Recognizing culture to be an accumulation of ideas where we explore ways of exploring, this infinite play is where she’s found the best terrain to collaborate, listen carefully and recognize expansion due to authoring and co-authoring.

Photographs and films have become her best challenge to create imagery that does not cause dispute but rather reconfigure who we are. She intends an aesthetic meant to push boundaries and bridge difference.

Nicol has aligned her work with Toyota, Guernica, The Intercept, Global Service Corps. of Tanzania, PAX Scientific, The Millennium Village of Rwanda and The Cine Institute of Haiti.

More of Nicol’s work can be seen at NicolRagland.com

Daniel Boissevain
The Farmer’s Footprint Relationship Builder

Daniel has founded many successful start-ups throughout Australia, before relocating to the USA. Daniel has been pivotal in establishing creative and sustainable business models that have continued to adapt to the ever-changing business world, from organic echinacea farming to farm waste processing, to novel fencing technologies he has practiced many aspects of the stake holder roles in the large agricultural industry. Daniel’s role is to cultivate relationships and viable long-term partnerships with stakeholders at the farm and industry services/suppliers to align with the regenerative agricultural effort. Being deeply committed to infusing spirit back into all aspect of business, which aligns perfectly with Farmer’s Footprint to reinvigorate long term business solutions for chemical farms that are failing all over the world. The deep commitment to sustainability in the realms of renewable energy, restoring health and well-being to the ecology of the planet, animals and all of humanity.


Amy Janes
Producer | Editor

Amy Janes is an award-winning documentary producer and editor with years of digital marketing and storytelling experience. Her career started working as an editor for PBS documentaries where she discovered the power of a strong story to instill change. Janes went on to study in the Producer’s Program for MFA at the University of California, Los Angeles. She was immediately tapped as VP of Production for a shingle at Paramount where she put together international financing and produced multiple feature films, including the documentary As Seen Through These Eyes, with Dr. Maya Angelou.

After winning an Emmy for a TV doc series, and becoming known for her work in feature documentaries, Amy was able to help many docs find financing and distribution, while ensuring the films came in on time and on budget. Two such films for HBO were Mick Jagger’s Crossfire Hurricane and the riveting Valentine Road, with first time director, Marta Cunningham.

In 2010, Amy and her husband, Richard Janes saw a need for to create accessible distribution channels for content and founded ‘Fanology’, which is still vibrant today producing award winning branded content across the socialsphere.

It is Amy’s desire and passion to change the world one film at a time.

Jenn Perell Bush, MA,
Education Project Manager

Jenn is founder and director of Live Weal, Inc. a consulting firm supporting purposeful people, bands, and events. Jenn completed a BA in Psychology from the University of Colorado and a master’s degree in Holistic Health Education from JFK University in California, followed by the Masters Certificate Program in Energy Medicine from the Academy of Intuition Medicine in Sausalito, CA and countless yoga and coaching certifications. She combines this wide breadth of education with business acumen and event production experience and has developed a unique ability to bridge the gap between business and consciousness. You can often find her at this intersection empowering people individually, on stage presenting, or behind the scenes making magic happen. Over the last decade Jenn has established herself as a leader in large scale event planning and production for conscious events around the world, including Conscious Capitalism International Events and CEO Summits, Sages and Scientists with Deepak Chopra, The Soulshine Tour, Revitalize with MindBodyGreen, Wanderlust, and more. See more on Jenn’s work at www.liveweal.com

Nisha Maxwell
Social Media Strategist

For more than ten years now, Nisha has been helping visionaries navigate the social media marketing sphere. She is a one stop social media shop with top-tier skills in graphic design, copywriting and macro-strategy. Raised by environmental activists, she is passionate about educating people to nourish their bodies and the planet. She considers raising awareness about Farmer’s Footprint an honor.

Learn more about Nisha’s work at www.nishamaxwell.com

Marla Carlson, BA, MSc

Marla Carlson has worked in the organic sector in Saskatchewan since 2006. Her passion for organic food and farming has grown as her involvement in the sector deepened. Marla is Executive Director at SaskOrganics. In this leadership role, she is always looking for innovative ways to fulfil the organizations mission to cultivate a healthier world for the benefit of all through organic food and agriculture. Marla’s favourite project to help further this vision is Abundance magazine, a quarterly opportunity to tell the good story organics has to tell in Saskatchewan from seed to fork.

Marla is also President of Organic Connections, Director/Secretary to the Prairie Organic Development Fund and an observer on the Organic Value Chain Roundtable. She is also a member of the Canada Organic Trade Associations Glyphosate and Organic Integrity Task Forces and serves as a director on two food related community initiatives in Regina – Every Bite Project and Food Regina.

George Orbelian

George Orbelian  is a husband (Marcia), parent of twins (Craig and Wade), artist / creative, motorcyclist (Yamaha R1M), masters swimmer, surfer, surfboard design expert, author (ESSENTIAL SURFING), real estate owner / manager (Orbelian Holdings, L.P.), environmentalist (Project Kaisei), technology entrepreneur (Ojingo Labs, Inc.) and is a member of the board of the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

George is interested in identifying and sharing comprehensive solutions that allow us to regenerate the eco systems that sustain all life on this planet.

George is fluent in Russian, and is continually learning how we can use innovations in science, engineering and technology to empower individuals with knowledge of a regenerative future and what they can do to participate.

Scott Carlin

Scott is an accomplished leader, strategist and innovator with a long history of leveraging his skills and passions to drive growth and creativity within startup and legacy media companies.

He is actively engaged in creating, producing and distributing television and film projects with an orientation for using media as a vehicle for personal and social transformation. He is a transactional advisor to media companies and independent producers on content creation, distribution strategies and new media investments.

Over the course of seven years, as President, HBO Domestic Television, he generated $1 billion in new revenue for the network, making record-breaking deals for The Soprano’s, Sex & The City and other iconic HBO programs. He left HBO to partner with Rosie O’Donnell on a new talk show, Rosie. Prior to HBO and for almost two decades Carlin was Executive Vice President for Warner Bros. Domestic Television and Lorimar-Telepictures where he oversaw the development and launch of sixty television series and specials.

Scott is an avid fly fisherman, trail runner, nature-lover, practitioner of the Wim Hof Method and dedicated to using the principles of flow to achieve peak performance in all aspects of life.

Kirk T. Schroder

Kirk T. Schroder is a partner in the Schroder Brooks law firm. Kirk has practiced entertainment law for over 20 years with a particular focus on film and television and literary publishing matters. He is the Co-Editor of The Essential Guide To Entertainment Law (Juris Publishing 2018) and is Past Chair of the American Bar Association Entertainment & Sports Law section. In addition to being selected to The Best Lawyers In America®, Kirk is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, its highest rating for lawyers. Kirk served as President of the Virginia Board of Education from 1998-2002 and on the Southern Regional Education Board and on numerous education related commissions and studies in Virginia. He also has a Ph.D in the field of Education from the University of Virginia. Kirk is also a former Vice-Chair of the Virginia Tourism Corporation and has served on numerous national charitable boards. He is currently the Secretary of the David Ortiz Children’s Fund and The Baby Girl Project.