Revmodo is a new platform created by SEFE, Inc to engage the public on clean energy innovations and help foster new business relationships and ideas. By leveraging the power of social media and thought-provoking content, will provide opportunities to raise awareness on sustainable energy – and the technology making it a reality.

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Meet The Revmodo Team

Shea Gunther – Founding Publishing Editor | @sheagunther
Shea Gunther is a professional blogger and content marketing designer living in Portland, Maine. In 1999, when he was 21, Shea raised $16 million in venture capital and started a internet video startup that’s been called “YouTube too early”. He has since co-founded both Renewable Choice Energy, a leading provider of wind and carbon credits, and Green Options, the first environmental blog network on the internet, and currently covers renewable energy, climate change, and politics for the Mother Nature Network.

Michael d’Estries – Founding Publishing Editor | @michaeldestries
Michael d’Estries is a media consultant and blogger specializing in brand engagement through social networking and content marketing. He has more than ten years of experience in both managing and writing for environmentally-themed websites. In 2006, he co-founded, with a focus on entertainment, philanthropy, and healthy living. His work has been featured in Sierra Club Magazine, Glamour, TIME, Yahoo!, Forbes, The Huffington Post,, and VegNews; as well as on television and radio programs.

David Quilty – Staff Blogger | @thegoodhuman
David is a writer and activist working to protect the environment and the less fortunate, having founded The Good Human in 2006. After years working in television, David chose a different path and turned his passion for the environment into a career as a publisher and writer. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Green Lifestyle Magazine, and on NPR. He lives in Santa Monica, California.

Lisa Wardle – Assistant Editor | @Google+
Lisa Wardle is a writer and editor passionate about the planet, human rights, vegan cooking and crafts. She started writing in 2007, when she covered local news and events for The Seattle Gay News. After moving to Chicago, she worked as a copy editor, journalist and editorial assistant at various publications, as well volunteered at the local nature museum. Her work has been featured in Pet Age magazine, The Columbia Chronicle and

Sarah Rich – Editorial Assistant | @Google+
Sarah Rich is a freelance editor and writer who’s specialized in religion and literature, and is excited to delve into topics (new to her!) in renewable energy and green technology. She graduated from Stonehill College in 2008, double majoring in English and religious studies, and obtained a Master in Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School in 2010. She has published articles at Ism Magazine and Busted Halo, and currently lives in Connecticut with her husband and their new border collie mix pup, Loki.


Kacey Arnold – Contributing Writer | @TheKaceyArnold (Say hi. Maybe it will make her tweet.)
Kacey is a professional writer/comedian who has worked in children’s television, sitcoms and features as well as touring nationally as a stand-up comedian. In 2010 she completed a documentary about life with her schizophrenic father, aptly titled, “A Guy Called Dad,” and decided to combine her writing with something more meaningful.  (Not that she’s giving up the fluff.)  Though clean energy and green technology are new to her, Kacey considers herself an avid recycler and a natural foodie and is looking forward to learning more about all things Eco Friendly.  Her work has been featured on NBC, Nickelodeon,,,, and

Beth Buczynski – Contributing Writer | @ecosphericblog
Beth Buczynski is a freelance writer and editor currently living in the shadow of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Her passion for the planet started with the Truffula Trees, and she’s never stopped trying to make this planet a better place to live. She writes about clean technology, sustainable living, and environmental activism for Care2, EarthTechling, and EV Update, just to name a few. Beth also believes collaborative consumption and opensource technology is key to ending our mindless waste. Read her thoughts on the overlap between sharing and sustainability at

Jeffrey Davis – Contributing Writer | @JSDavis82
Jeffrey Davis lives in Nashville, TN (southern eco folks represent!). He’s been writing for environmentally themed websites since 2006 and is the founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Snobbery Sucks Jeffrey’s work has been featured on,, The Fun Times Guide to Living Green, Green Lifestyle Magazine, and elsewhere around the green media world. When not glued to his keyboard, Jeffrey is also a personal fitness trainer, who feels that living healthy is more than just looking good. Follow him on twitter or on Google+

David Dietle – Contributing Writer | @Google+
David has been writing freelance since 2009. He is a professional programmer who carries his love of science and technology into his writing. Most of his work has been in entertainment and comedy, always with an eye toward science, tech and nature, even when the subject matter is zombies or other apocalypses. He actively researches emerging technologies, particularly those dealing with solar power, always ready to share new advances with a wider audience. His work has been featured on Screen Junkies and

Livia Gershon – Contributing Writer | @liviagershon
Livia is a freelance writer who focuses on business, the environment, economics and working America. She worked as a staff writer for The Gardner (Mass.) News and The Worcester (Mass.) Business Journal before making the jump into freelance writing. Her work has appeared in the Boston Business Journal, The Progressive, Z Magazine and Adbusters, among other places. She blogs about the real-life stories of ordinary people at People in My Neighborhood. She lives in Nashua, New Hampshire with her husband and two sons.

GinaRae LaCerva – Contributing Writer | @GinaRaeLC
Gina writes about science, the environment, and her various adventures for a variety of publications. She writes a regular blog for the Santa Fe Reporter called “Sleep, Pray, Drugs” and has begun a new project, Accidental Conservation, to satisfy her own personal curiosity. She recently finished a Masters in Disasters from the University of Cambridge in England and is currently working on a book. A PhD may or may not be in the near future.

Brittany Lyte – Contributing Writer | @blyte
Brittany is an award-winning reporter living in Westport, Connecticut. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications including the Connecticut Post,  Boston magazine and the Vineyard Gazette. Brittany has covered a wide range of topics, from the plight of transgender youths in Boston to an investigation into undocumented toxic waste buried beneath residential properties in suburban Connecticut. She holds a degree in journalism from Boston University.

Adele Peters – Contributing Writer | @adele_peters
Inspired by new sustainable technology and social innovation, Adele works at the intersection of sustainable business and design. She is both a writer and a sustainability consultant, and has worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies to help develop more sustainable products and bring them to market. Adele also managed the Sustainable Products and Solutions Program at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She holds a master’s degree in sustainable development and a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she likes to spend time riding her bike around Prospect Park and plotting ways to help save the world.

Philip Proefrock – Contributing Writer | @cornellbox
Philip is a licensed architect and a LEED Accredited Professional (BD+C) with a practice based in southeast Michigan. He has also served as a visiting critic and an architectural studio instructor and has been a reviewer for the U.S. EPA on green building technology. He is senior contributing editor at, and his publication credits include Jetson Green, Green Building Elements, Buildipedia, Inhabitat and Greenovation TV.

Stephanie Rogers – Contributing Writer | @StephanieRogers
Stephanie is a freelance writer who has been covering green living, the environment, arts and culture since 2008. Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Stephanie is a lifelong nature lover who’s passionate about low-impact living and progressive politics. She writes for a number of top green websites including EcoSalon and the Mother Nature Network, and her work has been featured at The Huffington Post, Yahoo!, Forbes and

Tom Schueneman – Contributing Writer | @earth_warming
Tom is the founder and publisher of He also publishes and An environmental advocate since reading The Population Bomb in the sixth grade (Tom has always been a bit of a nerd), he is also a contributing writer for several leading online publications including, and In his spare time Tom works as a live sound engineer in San Francisco.

Deena Shanker – Contributing Writer | @deenashanker
Deena is a writer and attorney living in San Francisco. She developed a deep appreciation for the environment while growing up in rural upstate New York, often accompanying her father, the town veterinarian, on trips to local farms to examine cows and deliver calves. In law school she led groups of students in legal battles on behalf of our country’s natural resources and learned about the political and regulatory barriers to greening the country’s energy and food supply. She is excited to be part of the Revmodo team and also contributes to and Grist.

Ryan Van Lenning – Contributing Writer | @vanlenning
Ryan is a writer, advocate and communications professional living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has worked with environmental, social justice and sustainable food nonprofits. He was a founding board member of a permaculture-based food-justice organization called Planting Justice in Oakland. His work has appeared in Ecolocalizer, Oakland Local, Terrain: California’s Environmental Magazine, The Progressive, Truthout, Matador Change, and Huffington Post.  As much as he loves online communications, he tries to spend as much time as possible wandering in the wilderness, gardening, and scuba diving.