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James Pahl
Meet the Managing Director
    (and SUPER-SWEETIE!)
James Pahl
Monteen Solberg
As an entrepreneur, property inspector, business owner and world traveler, James has over 25 years experience in the building trades as well as business-related skills from working for and with a multitude of organizations.

His formal education includes a degree in Applied Business, a degree in Building Inspection Technology and a Private Home Inspection Certification. 

As a hands-on type person, he's constantly updating his skills and enjoys sharing this knowledge with others. His current passion is to help usher in the much needed transformation from non-sustainable human activity - to a more cohesive, balanced and sustainable existence upon the earth.
Monteen has spent much of her career in public education. She’s currently the Registrar at La Jolla High School (one of the highest achieving schools in California). She served as Treasurer and Auditor for San Diego Unified Schools (PTA – District 9) and currently serves as Secretary for the House of Scotland, House of Pacific Relations in San Diego, CA.

She holds a degree in Business Management from Mesa College in San Diego, California

Her passions include drumming in a Scottish piping band, organic gardening and traveling to remote reaches of our planet. She also enjoys volunteering her time to support worthy causes related to the natural environment, animal rights and health-freedom issues.
Advisory Counsel


              Marc Venzara

         Christiaan Allbert
The CT Project Team Members


Anne Gordon de Barrigón           
Christiaan has been an activist for many years in the areas of animal rights. He’s also a financial contributor, volunteer and member of PETA, Green Peace and the Pachamama Alliance (an organization which offers support to those working for a healthier, cleaner environment, educate humanity on how to come together, live in peace, freedom and prosperity).

Christiaan lives a mostly sustainable life by being a “conscious consumer,” recycling, growing much of his own food by utilizing what he’s learned about “permaculture” and buying locally.
We believe he's more than qualified to be a "global ambassador" for the Civilization Transformation Project as he believes that all humans have the potential to evolve and create a sustainable future for all living beings here on planet earth.
Anne has lived in Panama since 2004 among the Emberá Indian tribe, who still live in traditional villages in the jungle.  She's married to an Emberá man.  She leads tours to the Emberá village to share with people from the modern world about the happy and simple life the Emberá live.  In her opinion they have the quality of life the rest of the world is searching for. 

With her BA in Biology & Animal Behavior, she's been a zookeeper and animal consultant for the TV & movie industry for over 20 years. She currently guides whale & dolphin watching/swim trips in Panama.
She's also a certified practitioner of Dolphin Energy Healing.  Anne’s life purpose is to teach and encourage a respect for all life (humans, animals & plants alike) and our "sacred bond" with Mother Earth to all people.  We are grateful to have Anne on our team as she has forged relationships with several well-known, well-respected and effective advocates for the environment within Panama and beyond.
With a degree in advertising, Marc has had a long career in finance, sales and marketing. His passions for creating a sustainable future have led his creative energies to focus on projects he's created - The “Lifetime University” and “The Power of Us - The People's Network.”

Marc is a young grandfather who feels the time horizon and concern for leaving a better planet for future generations was greatly accelerated by that title. His passions also include natural health/healing and how everything from sacred
geometry, quantum physics and how indigenous wisdom can be brought to bear on the myriad challenges humanity now faces.

As a “natural networker,” he's in touch with many leaders in the natural health, sustainability and “green building” movements…which will greatly assist in the implementation and continued support of the CT Project.
With a current role as an Air Quality Inspector II with the County of San Diego, Kent works to ensure and enforce business compliance with local, state and federal air quality standards.   He has been a participating member of the Sustainable Community Action Network, Turtle Island Institute, and Future Dawning Enterprises.  As a candidate to public office, he has been a consistent, strong advocate for First Nations people.

His formal education includes a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College and an M.S. and PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University.

A consummate note-taker, documentarian and scribe, Dr. Mesplay is a natural fit for the position of Secretary.  He grew up in the Rainforest of Papua New Guinea (Eastern Highlands, ten years), where his views were shaped by his Native friends and visiting scientists.  He now aspires to "slow down" and assist in the much  "over-due  transition" of societies “head-long rush of progress,” which is  blind to the value of tribal ways, into one which respects and assimilates indigenous wisdom.
Dr. Kent Mesplay
LATAM PRN Coordinator
Michelle Jachimowicz
Michelle's passion for conservation began as manager for a Psycho-pharmaceutical Laboratory at UC, Santa Barbara, earning a BS in Biopsychology and Animal Behavior.  After performing experiments on rats, she decided to help conserve earths' creatures instead of exploiting them. She began volunteering at the Santa Barbara Zoo, The Gibbon Conservation Center in Santa Clarita, and later at Project Wildlife in San Diego, CA.

Her next accomplishment was a Masters Degree in Primate Conservation from Oxford Brookes University in England.  This led her to Costa Rica and Nicaragua for three years where she resided as a manager for a Biological Station. There she coordinated up to 100 students, wildlife research on plants, birds, insects, amphibians and of coarse, monkeys! She then returned to San Diego wIth her knowledge of medical procedures and learned to become a Wildlife Technician at Project Wildlife.  She currently owns and operates a therapeutic bodywork and massage practice located in San Diego's Banker’s Hill district.

To keep her animal conservation passion alive, she joined the Primate Rescue Network (The CT Project, Inc) in 2013.  She can also be seen performing “acro-yoga” and offering her services to pet-sit furry and scaly friends!
Our Mission

The Civilization   Transformation Project represents a community of concerned and enlightened world citizens who strive to serve mankind and preserve the natural environment by inspiring, supporting and demonstrating the optimal solutions in the following areas;
The Primate Rescue Network is a project of
clean energy, nature preservation & revitalization, sustainable agriculture,  green  technology,  personal growth  and  health.
Primate Rescue Network
is a project of The Civilization       Transformation Project, Inc.
The CT Project, Inc. is a U.S., 501 (c) (3) nonprofit corporation

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