Alexa Forbes works as a sustainability advisor for the Centre For Sustainable Practice. Her career has spanned stints as a professional musician, radio announcer, broadcast and print journalist and PR company director. She loves new ideas, thinking about the everyday application of sustainable practice and the energy of change making people. Also adores TED and TEDx.
Cesar is a native of Brastralia (country connecting Brazil and Australia) and moved permanently to Queenstown, New Zealand after twelve years chasing winters. Now NZSki General Manager for Snowsports, the dream of spending proportionally more time outside skiing, is still sometimes unobtainable. Outside climbing, biking and photography, Cesar is now upskilling as he learns to be a good dad.
Jme Stodler is an entrepreneur, currently dealing in the sweetest of treats. She bakes and creates, spending as much time as possible on the pursuit of creative business endeavors, and truly enjoying her professional passion; business and baking. You can find her at Cup & Cake, her cake shop in Queenstown, NZ.
Born in Argentina, Jose lived in USA before coming to Queenstown for a 6 month holiday...9 years ago. Jose loves the outdoor adventure life and pays for this through work in hospitality, tourism and the ski industry. Jose currently works at Magic Memories as Technology Engineer. He is the founder and strategist behind start-up Rentlogics.
Scott Kennedy is a Writer, Photographer and Filmmaker. He writes, shoots and films travel, technology, music, politics, culture, art and adventure. His work has appeared in publications in New Zealand and around the world including Lonely Planet, Outside Magazine, The Press (where he writes a technology column) and The Source Queenstown (where he is the editor). Visit Scott at adventureskope.com
Trent Yeo is Director of Ziptrek Ecotours in Queenstown, NZ. Created around the idea of sustainability education, it attracts those interested in the beautiful environment that propels adventure tourism in this region. Trent also moonlights on an online video production called ‘First Hand’ about Queenstown for the growing Chinese visitor market.