I am an independent scholar, educator, writer, networker, and consultant.
My mission is to develop and implement innovative approaches that promote social justice, economic equity, personal freedom, social harmony, and world peace. I am a former college faculty member, active in the peace and justice movement, the green movement, the bioregional movement, the human potential movement, and various other human-centered and environmental efforts.
I travel the world giving presentations and collaborating in social and economic development initiatives. I am open to working with like-minded individuals and groups anywhere.
Among my current objectives are:
1. To collaborate in the development and implementation of systems of exchange and finance that enhance the health of local economies and promote regional self-reliance, sustainability, and harmonious relationships.
2. To offer courses and workshops on innovative (transformational) exchange, banking, and finance.
3. To develop and work with teams to produce and distribute print, audio, video, and animation materials related to the above topics.
For more you can see my pages at, Beyondmoney, and Wikipedia.
Thomas H. Greco, Jr.
I’m interested in your lecture on Oct 27th at SF State Univ. Can you give me more info?
I was wondering if you accept guest post for your blog. If you do, I would like to submit a few. You can see a sample of my work at LaptopComputers.org under the author James Mowery. I’ve also written for several high-profile blogs like Mashable, Perfromancing, and CMSWire. Thank you for your time.
You can post it as a comment.
I’m working with a group who has developed a p2p platform that allows secure, anonymous transactions through a robust reputation system.
We plan to release an open source application that allows multi-party peer to peer transactions, which we think could have far reaching implications for new money systems.
We would appreciate your attention and feedback to help guide us as we prepare for our launch.
Please contact me if you would like to discuss this more.
– Steve Van Dyke