We cultivate a regenerative culture within the organization. We care, value and listen to each other. We recognize each other’s contributions and emotions.
We cultivate a learning culture. We allow time for providing feedback, digesting our organizational learning, speaking our thoughts and transforming tensions.
We are transparent in how and what decisions are taken. There is clarity of who can make what kind of decisions based on the level of involvement and skills; and what kind of responsibilities are linked to it.
Decisions should be made by those affected by them, those implementing them, and those with the required skills/knowledge.
The decision-making model shall maximize the agency of Recrear’s members. This includes time for input, ability to take decisions within one’s role, possibility to take risks/learn from them, and the possibility to change the level of involvement.
Director of Research
Director of Strategy and Learning
Director of Community Engagement
Communicator and creative mind
Coach and psychologist
Visual and web designer
This is the team that re-visioned Recrear!
You can read more about our re-visioning process here:
Is a seeker, activist, artist, birth worker and sister to all women
Is a young researcher exploring wellbeing through movement, creativity, nature, fermentation and community-building. She is based in Montreal.
Is a Colombian anthropologist living in London, UK
Is a multilingual professional with over ten years of experience managing complex multi-stakeholder international projects
Khuyen is a coach, writer and organizational consultant based in Vietnam.
Mache is a nature lover, an adventure seeker and deeply interested in disability issues, peace-building, experiential education and social change
Recrear’s board of directors acts as an organ that promotes lateral thinking, the sensing of opportunities, and experimentation. Ultimately, the board collaborates with the core teams in making strategic decisions.
The way these decisions are taken is by researching the answer to questions that we are posing at all levels about our organisation.
Our board is relationship-driven, based on open and intimate relationships. We understand that board members are volunteering their time and we understand being part of the board should be based on reciprocity.
We look forward to engaging in the board people who: