Our Core Team
Along with a growing team of global organizations, mentors, consultants, liaisons & affiliates-
the Core Team of Protectors Alliance are:
Becca Dakini is a solutionary, cultural creative & event professional with a flair for streamlining & facilitating events, retreats, conferences & workshops. A freelancer working internationally between Australia, Bali, Canada, New Zealand, USA & Costa Rica - Becca collaborates with & works in support of sustainable & cultural festivals/events such as Rainbow Serpent Festival, Symbiosis Gathering, Lightning In A Bottle, and more. She has 18 years of extensive experience in international event production & most facets/departments within events - particularly program management within the cultural/workshop villages at large international festivals, event administration & overall event/department management.
Jamaica Stevens is the Author and Project Manager for "ReInhabiting the Village: CoCreating our Future" along with Producer, Keyframe Entertainment. She is a Core Consultant with VillageLab focusing on organizational design, strategy and program development, as well as the Co-Founder of the Tribal Convergence Network, Program Coordinator for the Lucid University, and a producer with Lucidity and several other festivals. With a focus on urban and rural community village based projects, Jamaica is devoted to promoting a cultural renaissance uplifting people and place while sharing collective intelligence to co-create solutions that benefit all.
ROSALIE FAY BARNES
Rosalie Fay Barnes works year round in San Francisco as the Government Relations Manager for Burning Man. In that capacity, Rosalie facilitates conversations and relationships with the twenty six agencies and regulatory entities that have jurisdiction over the event and the communities impacted by it in Northern Nevada. The main permitting agency for Burning Man is the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and per the terms of federal land use, Rosalie oversees Burning Man's environmental impact, scoping and mitigation plans; community dialogue and traffic; onsite public health, sanitation, and safety; and partners with other groups to identify economic impacts, benefits and costs of the event. Rosalie earned a double Masters Degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education, focusing on Technology, Neuroscience, Mind, and Learning. She lives in Richmond, CA, site of the second largest Chevron oil refinery, home of Rosie the Riveter, and a city with more waterfront access than anywhere else in the Bay Area. She's an Art Commissioner for the City of Richmond.
Christopher Breedlove is the Program Director for Burners Without Borders (BWB) which supports volunteer-driven community-based leadership, whose goal is to unlock the innate skills of local communities to solve problems that bring about meaningful change. Supporting citizen-led civic engagement solutions and community resiliency projects around the world, BWB is known for bringing unbridled creativity to every project.
Christopher has served as Board President of both BWB and the Chicago 501c3 Bold Urban Renaissance Network. He co-founded the Lakes Of Fire Regional Burn, is the founding director of the Chicago Community Grant Program, and has a passion for democratic granting programs