Schuyler Brown is a futurist, facilitator, and communications consultant dedicated to the emergence of truly regenerative commerce on the planet.
Her early career was spent learning the ropes at some of the best branding and advertising agencies in the world including Landor Associates and Havas Worldwide. Around 2006, seeing the writing on the wall regarding the climate crisis and need for widespread systemic change, she went independent and began using her skills to solve complex social problems. She has become a pioneer in the world of conscious commerce and social innovation; and has worked with leading global brands such as Facebook, Microsoft, Levi’s, and the Ford Foundation on innovation, communications, and organizational transformation.
She was named one of Origin Magazine's 100 Top Creatives; and has taught social innovation at The School of Visual Arts. As a dedicated yogi, dancer, and student of Vedanta and Sanskrit, her work infuses contemporary business practices with mystical and feminine wisdom.
Lucy Chung builds legendary cultures and helps leaders operationalize their ambitions. She embodies a bias-to-action, using her experience in operations, human resources, and organizational strategy to drive meaningful and lasting change.
Most recently, Lucy was a VP at fashion company, rag & bone, where she, reporting directly to Marcus Wainwright, Founder & CEO, spearheaded the articulation and implementation of his multi-year vision and origin story, which included large scale restructuring and a redesign of the concept-to-store process.
Prior to rag & bone, she was in Sydney, Australia setting up ustwo’s newest digital product studio in Sydney.
For eight years, she managed operations at the NY-based management consultancy Undercurrent, successfully guiding the firm through multiple pivots and periods of growth. She is a regular advisor and speaker on diversity practices in organizations and at-large and has served as a Junior Board Member for Girls Inc. of NYC, inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold, since 2012.