For 18 years, Diego Mulligan brilliantly hosted his commute-time radio show, “The Journey Home.” Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Diego interviewed hundreds of leading sustainability innovators. Monday through Friday, Diego’s listeners learned how to live with little or no GMOs, gasoline or grid electricity. He put the lie to corporate controlled media’s negativity. Due to Diego’s championing of renewable energy and conscious living, many in his dedicated audience were spurred to transition to the Parallel World of sustainable alternatives. Diego was a great friend, a clear voice and a pioneering thinker. We hope his untiring message lives on in APW. In loving memory, the team here at APW dedicates to our friend and mentor, Diego Mulligan.


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Alan Hoffman

CEO and Founder

Alan has worked in environmental real estate since 1977, designing and building passive solar homes, successfully marketing new home communities and helping to create neo traditional villages including "Aldea de Santa Fe" and “Oshara Village”. Alan is also a member of the 'Congress For the New Urbanism', a signatory to its Charter and a contributor to the first and second editions of "the Best Practices Guide of New Urbanism". Alan passionately pursues the cutting edge in walkable community design, Zero Energy Cost Homes and Sustainable Transition.


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Anna C. Hansen

Executive to CEO & Photo Editor

Anna holds a Masters of Art in Photography from the University of New Mexico. She owns a small photography and graphic design business, Dakini Design & Consulting, LLC.  Anna is the art director (photo editor and designer) for Green Fire Times, the largest circulation newspaper in northern New Mexico. Other clients include the Santa Fe Watershed Association, the Santa Fe Alliance and the Anna’s photographs are in the collections of the Albuquerque Museum, the New Mexico Museum of Art and in many private collections.

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Ryan Moeller

Web Development

Ryan is an IT and web marketing professional with over 15 years of experience. After graduating with a degree in Marketing and Information Systems, Ryan began working at NASA as a web programmer analyst. During that time, he completed his Masters in Business and then continued web programming and online marketing. In the past, Ryan had been heavily involved in high security, mission critical sites that receive close to a million monthly hits, generate considerable income and include a company that was divested for $4bn. Recently, Ryan has joined A Neumann & Associates to expand the firm’s profile in the market place. Ryan's interests include sports, exercise, travel and volunteering - with twice a year trips to Guatemala to sponsor orphaned children.


Jordan Hoffman


He is a filmmaker, cinematographer and seasoned editor dedicated to effecting social change through storytelling. Born and raised in New Mexico his passion for environmentalism and sustainable living was engrained in him from a very young age. Since graduating with honors from the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media program at University of New Mexico, Jordan has worked on projects ranging from independent films to major motion pictures, state wide PSAs and major advertising campaigns, experimental photography, and everything in between. Jordan believes in the vision of Parallel World, and is honored to be a part of the creative team.


Debrianna Mansini

Spokesperson and narrator

She is a New Mexico resident and active member of the theatre and film community. Upon moving to Santa Fe Ms. Mansini began producing theatre with a company she started called Tin Roof Productions. That company eventually folded into Santa Fe Performing Arts, where she continued to act and produce theatre. She was a company member for ten years, performing on the main stage and touring children’s theatre throughout northern New Mexico. As a life-long concerned citizen for the health of the planet, Debrianna has made significant efforts to live sustainably. She is the perfect spokesperson for A Parallel World.

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Randall Bell


He received his Juris Doctor from University of Calif., Hastings College of Law. Randall has been a practicing attorney in Santa Fe for nearly thirty-five years. He has a long-standing interest and participation with Santa Fe’s cultural life and historic preservation. He serves as the Vice President of the Old Santa Fe Association Board and has been a board member since 2006.


Gershon Seigel


He landed his first paid writing gig in 1978 at the once-great late Berkeley Barb. In that tradition, for twelve years he published and edited the small, feisty Sun Monthly based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He’s a long-time observer of the individual’s struggle to find its proper place within society. As a result, he’s more than ready to participate in reconciling Karl Marx and Ayn Rand. He is the editor for A Parallel World News.


Cynde Christie

Writer and Editor

She has been writing and editing for many years. After a career as a tax specialist, Cynde edited doctoral dissertations for over a decade. Upon retirement, she embarked on a new career as a watercolorist. She exhibits her art at various venues. She is also a community activist (100 Women Who Care), and has volunteered with Kitchen Angels for many years. Cynde is a lifelong organic gardener. She lives a parallel life using solar electricity and rain catchment systems to irrigate her extensive vegetable, herb and flower gardens. Cynde is the co-editor of and a diarist for A Parallel World.


Linda Smith


She has a master’s degree in building energy engineering and has won numerous awards and commendations, including the  “Governor’s STAR” award for exemplary achievement, “Innovation in Energy Management” award from the U.S. Department of Energy, and “Green Thought Leader” recognition from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. She is president of an energy efficiency consulting company, 9Kft Strategies in Energy. She was a Sr. Program Manager at the Colorado Governor’s Energy Office for over 17 years.

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Robert M. Christie, Ph.D.


Dr. Christie is Emeritus Professor of Sociology, and Founding Director of the Urban Community Research Center, California State University, Dominguez Hills. He taught quantitative and qualitative research methods, social psychology of organizations, and conducted community research for 35 years. He consults with non-profit community groups on matters sociological. Dr. Christie is a freelance writer, a wood worker, and an instrument rated pilot.  He blogs at on critical contemporary issues. His passions center on the natural world and social change to transform economies to achieve ecological communities.


Julian Hands

Web Support & Printer

Julian is co-owner of a graphic design studio and print shop. He studied graphic design and illustration at the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver. Some of his print clients include WildEarth Guardians, New Energy Economy, and Alaska Wilderness League. His newly-solarized fossil-fuel free Parallel home uses solar photovoltaics for all electricity, hot water, cooking, heating and cooling, and to fully power his Nissan Leaf all-electric car. Julian is the web administrator for A Parallel World News.

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