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COMMUNITY LEADER, VISIONARY ENTREPRENEUR,
AWARD-WINNING DESIGNER, MOMMA, EARTH ADVOCATE,
SPIRITUAL GANGSTER
KRISTEN VICTOR is a renowned community leader, global regenerative systems visionary, award-winning designer, and future generations mentor.  She leads the A Regenerative Future Project to re-create business connections as a catalyst for regenerative communities.

 

Kristen continues to influence change on multiple community initiatives.  She founded BeautifulPB, A Beautiful Marketplace, and A Regenerative Future to inspire and attract socially minded humans at the trine of human capital, environmental justice and community.

 

Kristen’s regenerative community work is deeply rooted in the sacred reverence of her Native heritage. She grew up on the Kumeyaay land in southern California, where her family has lived for five generations.  As a child she was told she was Mexican, not knowing her true Native ancestral lineage until later in her adult years.  Kristen has a strong innate connection to Spirit and Mother Earth, a legacy from her paternal grandmother’s native roots of the Pima and Mayo tribes.

 

Kristen leads revolutionary visions, re-creates community, and connects businesses with regenerative practices and solutions.  Through visionary leadership and mentorship, we are building a regenerative future.

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