Brenda Staudenmaier actively sculpts the world into a place she would feel satisfied leaving behind for future generations. She is a mother of two children and a current Wisconsin college student majoring in Environmental Engineering, focused on drinking and waste water. She has been gardening using organic methods and ran a Brooklyn, New York, public school garden for a few years. She loves to teach children about food, where it comes from, and its effect on the body. In the past, she has worked as a photographer for Vice Magazine, online blogs, and international magazines. Her interests include volunteering, urban planning, food sustainability, permaculture, photography, video making, health, alternative energies, consciousness, vortex based mathematics, and networking. She regularly attends conferences relating to health, extraordinary technologies, and breakthrough energies. She is also interested in building a summertime floating restaurant and bar to serve local products in the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan.