James Ehrlich

James is a serial entrepreneur in technology, media technology, and clean-tech, founder of ReGen Villages, and holds various positions at Stanford University.


James speaks on the following topics:

Affordable living that exceeds ESG/SDG metrics

Enabling communities to imagine positive health outcomes

Creating compassionate and empathic neighborhoods

Applying machine learning software to plan generative design and operate self-reliant neighborhoods

Integrated infrastructure: clean water, renewable energy, high-yield organic food production, circular waste/resource flows

Logical frameworks for regional/local governments to interpret new rules and regulations

Reducing burdens on governments and healthcare systems

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Highlights from James' CV

Entrepreneur in Residence and Director of Sustainability at Stanford University School of Medicine CCARE Institute

Faculty at Singularity University, Senior Fellow at NASA Ames Research Center, and White House / OSTP Appointee

Founder of ReGen Villages Holding, B.V.

Serial entrepreneur in Silicon Valley with successful exits

Executive produced an award-winning national public broadcasting series based on case study research of organic and bio-dynamic family farms

Received the Singularity University Global Grand Challenge Award for Shelter

Co-authored two U.N. Sustainable Development Goal Platform Briefs with Prof. Larry Leifer and Chris Ford from the Center for Design Research at Stanford University

Former PBS producer, director, and best-selling author

Holds a Bachelor of Science from New York University and Master studies in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University


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