Ginger Kowal is an ecologist and developer of software tools that illuminate and explore complex ecological networks in spatial dimensions. As a scientist and software developer with the Natural Capital Project based at Stanford University, she builds tools and approaches that enable diverse stakeholders to come together, solve tough problems, and create win-wins for people, economies, and nature. Married to a farmer, she is passionate about local food and about finding ways to sustain vibrant rural livelihoods.
“I’m a big fan of Agulus because I share their vision for technology to support robust and flexible supply chains that serve growers and consumers. I’m excited by the mix of energy, real-world experience, and true caring for agriculture and communities that I see at the heart of Agulus’s mission and vision.” — Ginger Kowal
We’re happy to announce the first members of the Agulus advisory board. Many thanks to these extremely talented people for their support and belief in our mission to create stability in the global food ecosystem.
Carlos Rameriz – Data Science Kevin Nadeau – Logistics & Transportation Ginger Kowal – Geospatial Science Patrick O’Neil – Information Security & Data Privacy
We’ll be featuring each board member in the coming days.
Agulus welcomes our friends at Helium Thursday February 20th for a lunch & learn presentation at the NEXT Innovation Center in Greenville, SC. Helium is a San Francisco tech startup that’s revolutionizing how devices connect to the Internet with their innovative decentralized network. Helium’s wireless hotspots provide extraordinary coverage for IoT devices at a fraction of the cost of more traditional solutions.
Tickets (and lunch) are free, but space is limited. Reserve your tickets here.