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Robb Smith

Founder & Executive Team Leader Robb is founder of the Institute of Applied Metatheory and leader of its executive team. He is a lifelong social innovator who coined the term the Transformation Age and has been a leader in integral philosophy and the global integrative metatheory movement. He is CEO and co-founder of Integral Life, a hub of the integral philosophy movement. He was founder and CEO of Chrysallis, the world's most comprehensive human development app, nominated for the Goldman Sachs Healthcare Startup of the Year and the IONS award for Transformational Technology before being acquired in 2016. He was CEO of Integral Institute, which sponsored the application of integral metatheory to over 60 different academic fields, and published the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (SUNY Press). He was a co-founding member of the Conscious Capitalism movement. Prior to that, he was a co-founder and partner in Nevada Ventures, the state's first venture capital fund, and helped build Nevada's innovation economy. He is a former director of Alere, which became the largest population health management company in the United States (NYSE: ALR). He was named Nevada's Young Entrepreneur of the Year and is former president of Entrepreneur's Organization Reno-Tahoe. He started the Nevada Ventures Nanoscience Program at the University of Nevada and co-founded Nevada Nano, which currently is building the world’s most advanced methane detection network. He is a graduate of University of Nevada, the Venture Capital Institute and held the Certified Management Accountant and Certified in Financial Management designations. He was a fellow of Desert Research Institute and Aspen Institute, and a former trustee of Nevada Museum of Art. He was named to Nevada Top 20 under 40 lists in three different decades and was nominated for the TED Prize.

Integrative Policing Transformation Initiative (Phase 1)

An Integrative Model of Policing Transformation is an Initiative designed to map the fuller complexity of policing in the United States and examine how a transformation toward a fuller guardian model of policing might be achieved.