Earthville’s international, multi-disciplinary leadership team brings together a diverse array of skills, experiences, and sensitivities that, together, guide the course of our activities.
Board of Directors
Arnie Langberg: Administrator of Alternative Education for Denver Public School District (retired); founding Principal of the Open School (Colorado, USA) and other alternative high schools; founder of the Harmony Project, Minds UnLimited and other interdisciplinary learning programs; author of To Create the World That Ought to Be, published in 2023 (full bio here)
Daphne Charles: Director, architect and designer at Bio Arc (Singapore); Principal at Studio Lungta (Singapore office); founder of Routes of Yoga (Asia); senior architecture advisor and visiting instructor for Dharmalaya Institute for Compassionate Living (India)
Mark Moore: Founder and Executive Director of the Earthville Network (USA); cofounder and faculty member at Dharmalaya Institute for Compassionate Living (India); educator, writer-editor, designer, natural builder, artist-composer-producer, and meditation retreat facilitator (full bio here)
Key Project Directors & Management
Anya Chang-DePuy: Project manager for experiential and outdoor education (USA)
Daphne Charles: Lead architect for Earthville’s global projects and director of curriculum development for eco-architecture and design (Singapore)
James Simmons: Project manager for experiential and outdoor education (USA)
Jaya Ashmore: Director of Open Dharma (Spain, India, USA)
Mark Moore: Director of educational and sustainable development projects; chief editor for Earthville Press (USA, India, Singapore)
Rhea Rego: Manager at Dharmalaya Institute for Compassionate Living (India)
Studio Lungta: Website design, development, and management (USA, Singapore)
Surya Nimmagadda: Director and Architectural Engineer at Dharmalaya Institute for Compassionate Living (India)
Tal Nave Bashan: Director of Sulha Peace Project (Israel/Palestine)
We welcome you to explore Earthville, find your place within it , and add what only you can bring.
- Sign up: Drop by the “Earthville Embassy” page to become a “Citizen of Earthville.”
- Explore: Make your way around the Earthville website to discover what inspires you.
→ Quick Tour • Stories • Resources for Global Citizens
- Participate: Connect with the Earthville community, online and on the ground.
→ Social • Events • Volunteer • Participate
- Chip in: Give whatever you can to support our charitable work. Any amount helps.