Our Practice Members
Senior practitioner and Monitor Partner. Based in London and India, Gopi specializes in scenario and strategy development, competitiveness, and organizational transformation. He leads GBN’s practice in EMEA and India. Previously, Gopi was a corporate strategy and finance manager with Procter & Gamble.
President of GBN and Monitor partner. Andrew specializes in media and communications, information technology, networking, and philanthropy. He has served as the program director at two foundations and is the board president of WITNESS, an international human rights organization. He is also the author of Deep Focus, a GBN study of the forces reorganizing the media landscape.
Cofounder of GBN. Stewart is also the cofounder of the Long Now Foundation and The WELL, and founder and publisher of the Whole Earth Catalog. He is the author of many pioneering books, including Whole Earth Discipline, The Clock of the Long Now, How Buildings Learn, and The Media Lab.
GBN/Monitor's pioneering visual practitioner. Lynn specializes in capturing and expressing concepts, ideas, and experiences in compelling visual ways. A cofounder and board member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners, Lynn illustrated the business bestseller Different,and teaches her craft around the world.
Practitioner. Judy holds a BA in international studies from the University of Arizona and an MA in international policy and EU political and economic integration from the Monterey Institute. Her previous work includes helping to reform immigration policies in Brussels and conducting political risk analysis in emerging markets.
Practitioner. Previously Mick was a "futures scholar" working directly with GBN Chairman Peter Schwartz on his consulting and thought leadership projects. He also worked for Monitor Group in London and in mergers and acquisitions advisory at JP Morgan and UBS in London and Madrid.
Senior practitioner with expertise in corporate social responsibility, international labor issues, pension benefits and investment metrics, and trade policy impacts. She co-founded ELM Research and Strategy, a consultancy specializing in complex environmental, labor, and health projects and was director of research at GoodGuide, a social entrepreneurial venture that evaluates product and company health, environmental, and social impacts. Rhonda has a Ph.D. in economic sociology from UC Berkeley, where she was also a postdoctoral fellow and visiting scholar at the Institute for Labor and Employment.
Senior advisor. Katherine is a Monitor partner and president of Monitor Institute. Previously she co-headed GBN's practice and was an award-winning newspaper publisher. She is also the co-author of Looking Out for the Future: An Orientation for Twenty-First Century Philanthropists, and What If? The Art of Scenario Thinking for Nonprofits.
Senior consulting editor. Jenny specializes in writing scenario narratives and “day in the life” sketches for GBN client projects—bringing possible futures to life through stories and characters. She is an expert in helping organizations find innovative and “sticky” ways to communicate their visions and their stories.
Senior advisor. Eamonn served as GBN’s CEO for 10 years and now heads Monitor’s networking and thought leadership. He specializes in strategy formulation, organizational learning and development, and mastering uncertainty by liberating organizational knowledge and energy. He is the author of Powerful Times: Rising to the Challenge of Our Uncertain World and former strategy director at Scottish Enterprise.
Consultant. Brie is a PhD neuroscientist and uses her expertise to help GBN clients improve their capabilities for analysis, planning, response, and communication through both her consulting and the unique courses, tools, and learning activities she designs. Her doctoral and post-doc research focused on the neural basis of learning and how decision, risk, and reward are processed in the brain.
Senior advisor on remarkable people, ideas, and communications. The former network weaver and head of marketing and communications at GBN, Nancy continues to help shape GBN thought leadership through publications and presentations and build the GBN Network. She was formerly a management consultant with Arthur D. Little, a PR professional, and a police crisis worker.
Senior practitioner. Matt has more than a decade of experience in new product development in the converging media, advertising, and technology sectors. He served as the director of product development at Premier Retail Networks, got his start in technology at Intel, and holds an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School.
Senior practitioner and Monitor partner. Erik is a PhD demographer specializing in social systems and change. He has led projects on consumer experience, and on the future of health care, pharmaceuticals, the internet, and higher education. His dissertation examined the role of social networks in contraceptive use in highland Madagascar.
Senior practitioner. An expert facilitator, Jonathan oversees GBN’s scenario training courses as well as the management and product development of FastForward™, GBN’s proprietary rapid-fire scenario creation methodology. Prior to GBN, he served as director of research at Scottish Enterprise and an economic analyst for the Royal Bank of Scotland.
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