Sarah Livia Brightwood Szekely

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"Sara is president of the Szekely Family Foundation, a small family foundation that has donated in excess of $4 million to support charities working to better the community, preserve the environment and improve women’s and children’s issues. She also helped to create and serves as the president of Fundacion La Puerta, a 2,000-acre preserve in Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. The preserve is the first bi-nation conservation easement along the United States-Mexico border. Sarah is resposible for site planning and design for an 150-acre resort facility located on the preserve and for the management of the 2,000 acres of wild land. In addition, she runs a 6-acre organic farm that produces year-round fruits and vegetables, as well as a range of herbal products, essential oils and olive oil."[1]


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  1. Regenerative Design Institute Board, organizational web page, accessed November 7, 2013.