ECOLAND INSTITUTE

ENABLING SUSTAINABLE PROSPERITY

successful factors



1. Our passion for positive impact; creating new fields of study to improve human life and protect nature

2. Our human-centered methodology and framework for critical systems and skills integration

3. Our ability to create independent, safe and trusted collaborative environment for rethinking and better decision making

4. Our ability to engage and unlock younger generations' potentials for future readiness


5. Our network of global experts 

Norma Owen

Director, Extended Learning Initiatives

Sara Girotto, PhD

Director, Timeless Communities

Board of Advisors


Berrin Serdar, MD, PhD

Public Health


Samuel Whitt, JD

Business and Leagal


Boyce Byerly, PhD

Advanced Analytic & Human Capital


Cor Rademaker, MS

Smart Cities


Philippe Machel, MS

International Businesses


Andrei Mitran

Advanced Technologies



 EcoLand Institute, Inc. (ELI) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization of multi-disciplinary experts responding to complex community challenges with the future in mind.

ELI focuses on enabling integration of critical systems and skills for sustainable prosperity. 

We accomplish our mission by rethinking today's challenges to develop and validate readily implementable models.

We connect the dots - uncovering interactions between and among critical systems to recognize the patterns that work.

We extend learning - integrating up-learning in our own activities, with our partners, and in our student and workforce programs.

Our global experts continuously analyze critical trends, identify new elements for improvement and validate them in a real-world setting for Future Readiness.





Bob Fuller, MS

Director, Human Experiences

ecoland institute

Tolga Erkmen, MS

Executive Director,  Critical Systems

directors

proven expertise


1. Future Readiness

  • Sustainable Systems

  • Economic Development

  • Scenario Planning


2. Community Development

  • Unlocking Millennial Potential

  • Veterans Transition

  • International Collaboration


3. Learning Ecosystem

  • Collaborative Learning

  • Future Work Skills Development

  • Community as a Campus


4. Architecture and Planning

  • Human-centered Design

  • Context Appropriate Architecture

  • Adaptable Planning

  • Building Scientist


5. Advanced Technology and Systems Engineering

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Broadband Connectivity and Cloud Computing

  • Renewable Energy

  • Systems Architecture and Integration

  • Program/Project Management 


6. Psychology

  • Environmental Psychology

  • Spatial Cognition 


7. Landscape Architecture and Soil Scientists

8. Medical and Wellness

9. Advanced Measurements, Analytics and Reporting, including Big data. 

10. Human-centered Design and Commercialization