Members of this Workstream will focus on the Working Group itself, serving as an integrator. For example, members will generate a social systems map of the WG itself and ensure that the map is useful to all 10 Workstreams. The members will ensure the principles of the WG are serving the members as well as be invited to shape the story of the working group itself and explore the narrative power of our efforts. Many control mythologies exist around mapping, often to maintain structures and systems that hinder our innate capacity to evolve new and more equitable ways of being and belonging. Be part of a team that creates the story of the WG in a way that builds new possibilities for change and engagement with a major focus on issues of inclusion and diversity and seeing systems of transformational change. This work will likely include a narrative power analysis and the co-creation of a meta-narrative for the evolution of the field of Transformations Systems Mapping & Analysis with products such as a story map of the United National Declaration of Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). This team will not actively participate in fundraising but will better understand the systems and social processes through which funding could be leveraged for the R&D that is required for field development.
Suzanne Bowles, Cattail Strategy Senegal Africa & Glenn Page, SustainaMetrix, Portland Maine
Sam Matey, Anthropocene Analyst/Intern SustainaMetrix Gorham, Maine & Katharina Braun, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Honours College, Zwolle, Netherlands