THE LONGPATH TEAM
Founder & Executive Director
Ari Wallach is the founder and Executive Director of Longpath Labs. Previously he was the CEO of Synthesis Corp. and the host of Fast Company Futures with Ari Wallach. Synthesis Corp. worked with governments, NGOs, foundations, and select corporations to discover new ways to drive innovation, rethink business models and improve top-line pro-social metrics. Recent clients included: Pew Research Center, CNN, Ford Foundation, UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency), Auburn Theological Seminary, the US Department of State, and the NRDC. Ari is the creator of 2008's The Great Schlep with Sarah Silverman, an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University - School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and a graduate of UC Berkeley.
Mike Brooks is the Managing Director of Longpath Labs. He previously served as Senior Vice President of Strategy and Innovation for United Way Worldwide. He was a Graduate Fellow at George Washington University (Masters in Public Administration) and obtained his Masters of Divinity from Yale University. Mike was the co-founder and national director of the 10,000 Hours Show, a first-of-its-kind concert connecting millennials to service and community.
Director of Research
Kimberly Streeter has worked across myriad disciplines, practices, and areas of study, including somatic psychology, integrative/functional medicine, contemplative sciences, critical race theory, complex adaptive systems, ecology of mind, mindfulness-based interventions, and transformative studies. Most recently, she drew from her 15 years of professional experience in the birth field to develop Cultural Midwifery, a theory to help ease the transition of individuals, communities, organizations, and social institutions through the uncertainties of Postnormal Times. Kimberly holds a Ph.D. in Transformative Studies, an M.L.A. in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts, and a B.A. in Psychology and Women’s Studies. She also serves on the Governing Board of the Mindful Birthing and Parenting Foundation.
Lauren Solomon is a former Wall Street professional (Goldman Sachs, Moody's) and graduate of Columbia Business School. She is now a certified international yoga instructor, reiki practitioner and doula.
Criminal Justice Fellow
Aditi Juneja is a lawyer and writer with an expertise in criminal justice reform and millennial political engagement. She is one of Forbes 30 Under 30 2018 honorees in law and policy and was named to the Tempest's "Women to Watch" list for 2018. She is a co-founder of the Resistance Manual and OurStates.org and hosts the Self Care Sunday podcast. She has published academic papers on prosecutor reform and institutional racism. Additionally, she has written op-eds for national outlets including NPR, Bustle, Rewire News, and as a commentator for FoxNews. Her work has been covered by the Washington Post, NBC, Vox, and other national outlets. Aditi has a B.A. in economics from Connecticut College and a J.D. from NYU School of Law.