Martha Belcher "has 20 years of leadership experience in non-profit management, small business development and corporate social responsibility. She currently directs the David Brower Center, a green conference center and office building in Berkeley, California, slated to open in 2008. In 2004, she co-led 1000 Flowers, a voter registration effort targeting single women in 8 states across the U.S. Martha has worked with social purpose businesses such as Odwalla and EcoTimber International, and non-profits such as Verité, Global Security Institute, Rainforest Action Network and Greenpeace. From 1997-2001, Martha served as the Vice President of Social Venture Network where she facilitated and managed a network of over 400 social purpose entrepreneurs. She also has extensive experience in the field of international environmental and human rights, having lived in Indonesia and worked with several non-profit organizations there. Martha researched, wrote and edited Southeast Asia Rainforests: A Resource and Action Guide. She serves on several non-profit boards and holds a BA from Trinity College and a MBA from the California Institute of Integral Studies." 
- Advisory Board, The Borneo Project
- Former Director, Project Underground
- Chair, International Rivers 
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- ↑ Advisory Board, The Borneo Project, accessed September 23, 2008.
- ↑ Board, International Rivers, accessed September 23, 2008.