CEO, Co-Founder, Daugther
From grooming camels and helping zebras give birth, to meeting with executives in the music industry, Morgan Bard had a wide range of life experience from an early age. She has been involved in business since she was 12 years old – this led her to creating her own business with her role model, her father.
All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream."
Edgar Allen Poe
For better or worse, David is credited with inventing blogging while trekking to Mt. Everest’s base camp. He has traveled the world, first as a US Navy Hospital Corpsman attached to the USMC, then as a business innovator bringing educational technology to neglected parts of the world. Yet, everything pales next to working with his daughter, for whom his respect, admiration and love grows with each passing day.
"Come Fairies, take me out of this dull world, for I would ride with you upon the wind and dance upon the mountains like a flame!"
W. B. Yeats
Celtic Specialist, Chef, Blogger
Erika is a modern renaissance woman. She was raised on Scottish bagpipes, Irish folk music, and love of Nature. Erika is a musician, writer, tea connoiseur, and lifelong devotee of Celtic Studies – especially Gaelic religion, mythology, and folklore. She studied anthropology at university, did archaeology field school in Ireland, and will soon be an ordained Priestess.
“I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding.” John O’Donohue
Master Coffee Roaster, Musician
After 20 years with corporate McDonald’s where he won the prestigious Ray Kroc award for the top 1% of management in the company, Craig decided to take what he learned combined with his love of coffee and opened his own coffee shop 15 years ago. Today you’ll find Craig roasting beans for the savory palette and transforming them into the most delicious coffee and Lattes around. When Craig is not roasting or brewing, you’ll find him writing or rehearsing songs for the award-winning harmony chorus he sings in.
“Success is not something to wait for it is something to work for.”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow