This website is my occasional writings on things that are interesting to me. Most often it’s around a question that I am asking myself, about the nature of society or reality. Sometimes I like to take the idealists viewpoint, like curating a little dream bubble around knowledge. I like to create things.
Melissa’s central interest is the human nature. How the individual is interconnected with natural systems. How, as individuals we make sense of the world, we make decisions, how our identities are formed, the impact of time and structures on these aspects of humanity and how as individuals we can live in the world with deep agency, sovereignty and freedom as a foundation to co-creating a regenerative collective sustainable society.
She has walked the untraditional path, in education and career having achieved in both outside of the traditional systems. Building her own education in philosophy, science, ecology and technology as well as her own path as an entrepreneur, Melissa has a disposition to seek out and create.
Melissa has founded multiple companies and acted as a trusted advisor in the areas of fundamental human behaviour, self-actualisation and within the intersection between technology and neurology. She has worked in industries such as finance, food and consumer goods, always with a focus on how to create sustainable, regenerative solutions in line with the higher potential that she sees we all have as humans.
Melissa has personal interest in exploring topics such as art, metapsychics, philosophy, poetry, permaculture and biodynamic systems, sovereignty, decision making and ethics.
I’m currently focused on how people choose to embrace authentic human behaviours such as humility, personal truth, empathy & kindness. I’m working on technology in and around this space.
Connecting with new people has always made my life richer so if you are into making a difference and creating change, seeking deeper understanding in your life through technology, making art or using any available means to understand humanity a little better then send me a note here and let’s start a conversation.