Hi See Changers! It’s time to RSVP for select sessions & build your daily agenda for See Change Sessions | March 2023!

Event Days
March 7: Adventure Day (Adventure Passholders Only)
March 8: Session Day 1 (All In Person + Online Passholders)
March 9: Session Day 2 (All In Person + Online Passholders)

Adventure and Session Passholders: Click below to sign up for sessions to get the creative juices flowing.
Online Passholders: Sched will be "view only" — you’ll access your sessions on hopin, check your email for an invite!

Please note that you must RSVP for any sessions with a 🎟️ in the title if you’d like to attend.

Still have questions about exactly what you get with your pass? We’ve got you covered: Check out our FAQs for lodging discounts, parking info and what to expect at See Change Sessions!

Happy scheduling!
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Julian Portilla

Mediation and Consulting
Julian designs and facilitates complex, multi stakeholder consensus-building processes on natural resource management issues; issues related to peace, conflict and development outside the US; protected area management plans, climate change legislation, and others. He has worked throughout Latin America, focusing primarily in Mexico, Haiti, Argentina, Nicaragua, and Colombia, as well as the United States. Julian also mediates for the Independent Accountability Mechanisms (IAMs) of the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB), and the Dutch and German banks (FMO/DEG). IAM cases tend to be focused on finding suitable redress for communities affected by bank-funded infrastructure projects. Julian also works extensively with Meridian Institute facilitating and mediating complex processes in the areas of fisheries, food composition analysis and international treaties related to the use of digital genetic resources. Julian lives in Vermont where he likes spending time with his family on the lake, in the mountains and in the kitchen making and eating good food.