Our Board of Directors is dedicated to using their knowledge, acumen, and professional expertise to make a positive impact in our world. Through their leadership and direction, the Low Entropy Community continues to grow and thrive.
Amanda is a Dene/Metis consultant in online negotiation services and an integral force in program creation and dispute resolution with Indigenous/non-Indigenous organizations around B.C. Amanda holds a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution from the University of Victoria.
Danison has over 11 years of experience with an entrepreneurial background. He also runs a charity that specializes in diverting viable food from grocery stores and suppliers to organizations that provide food to at-risk individuals. Danison aims to expand his influence on those who thrive to make a difference in society
Shelby M has been a director on the board of the Low Entropy Foundation since it began in 2017. After going through a difficult year in 2016, between significant life stressors and multiple injuries, Shelby knew that her life required a major shift. She explored meditation, self-compassion, mindfulness, self-awareness and experienced significant personal growth. After removing layers of the masks she had been wearing during her life, she discovered a new love for herself, a deepened love for others, and a desire to give back. During Shelby’s journey, she came across a group called Conscious Connections. There, the personal growth that Shelby was experiencing, became amplified as she was surrounded by loving people who also shared the desire to evolve. It continues to be Shelby’s passion to help create those ripples of change in the world, in a community that fosters a sense of belonging through compassion, connection and love.
She graduated from Kenyatta University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Sociology. She is currently doing her master’s degree in Political Science at Simon Fraser University where her research interests is Women and Gender Politics and Policies. She is passionate about challenging social and economic inequalities in rural areas of Kenya and empowering girls and women. She loves working out, reading, watching movies, hiking and spending time with friends.