As a highly trained engineer in technology with an emphasis on large data migration and a deep and abiding interested in spirituality [Buddhism], and having traveled the world, Jennifer brings her broad understanding to rapid climate change and sustainability and spirit.
She is deeply concerned and cares deeply for our planet. While not a formally trained climatologist, her Arctic Methane Monster video went gone viral in the last year. As a senior person with plenty of responsibility at a Fortune 100 Corporation, she vowed not to seek to promote her video and yet surely it happened.
In fact, she proclaims herself to be a simple person, yet many have said her clear and comprehensive narrative is among the best and clearest expositions of its kind today.
Then six months after that video took off, it was revealed to her that she needed to prepare herself—despite never seeking or wanting attention, the world has kept calling.
This site is to ready and support those engagements. She is a well informed and concerned citizen.
The focus is not on her but what can be done. But curiosity is a normal thing. She lives in Colorado, enjoys Buddhism, travel, gardening, and photography.
You can easily reach Jennifer Hynes at Facebook, and often reads and responds to messages there.
She is a big fan of Sam Carana’s Arctic News blog, supports the work of Guy McPherson, and is connected to activist and spiritual communities in the greater Boulder area, including Carolyn Baker, and Satsang groups in Boulder, New Mexico, and Southeast Asia, notably Bhutan.