Camille Babington lives in Montreal, Canada as an urban planning student at McGill University and a young entrepreneur. As an experienced private French teacher, she understands the value of learning. She speaks 4 languages and travels as much as she can. She loves spending time in nature, especially while camping, kayaking, and hiking. She is always working on a creative project, especially in the areas of photography, graphic design, film-making, and music. She was Angus's partner in business and in life.
Emmett Moloney's interests and expertise link to all of the Stardust-Startup Factory's Areas of Focus. As a Registered Nurse and an EMT, Emmett has ties to mental and physical health. His experiences in college, in the Army, and in the outdoors have given him exposure to many different aspects of learning. His appreciation of sustainability is rooted deep in the Colorado high country, where he lived off the grid. He is a master of reusing and repurposing. Emmett is Angus's brother.
Jim Moloney is a professional in the field of mental health. He currently works with active duty Marines and Sailors at Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, NC as a Substance Abuse Counselor. Jim's contribution to the Advisory Board is multifaceted. He is a regular TM Meditator and interested in the holistic approach to mental and physical health and wellness. He love the outdoors and is a DIY learner. Jim plays guitar, rides motorcycles and gets regular exercise riding his bicycle at the beach. Jim is Angus Moloney's dad.
A son, a brother, a father, a husband, a coach A lover of life, a student of earth and beyond A joker, moderately philosophical, fisherman/loves music/poor dancer A sloppy chef, an optimist, a dreamer, not the best plumber A self-proclaimed businessman An old diver Usually an “over-comer,” through failure and grit A believer (in keeping things positive), until it is time to get dirty
Larissa Miller hails from Oneonta New York, a former stomping ground of Angus’s, which came to light as a friendship was developed through shared appreciation for experiential learning, adaptive technology, and integrative healing methodologies as classmates at the Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage. Larissa went on to pursue manual therapy specializing in spinal reflex therapy, and founded Dynamic Integrations Wellness (DIW). In addition to a background in environmental policy and urban sociology, Larissa is a former special educator in high-need public and charter schools in New York City and New Orleans and specialized in the development of empowerment-driven interventions for highly diverse intellectual, emotional, and physical needs.
Lilyanne Randle Smith
Lilyanne Randle Smith is an independent ceramic artist who focuses on functional pieces using a high-fire, stoneware clay. She is the proud owner of a tiny house that was built and designed by her and her husband, Sam Smith. They are thrilled to be a part of the tiny house movement and excited about the growing popularity of sustainable, eco-friendly living. She brings her love of the outdoors, her dedication to sustainable living, and her artistic passion to the Advisory Board. Lily is Angus Moloney's cousin.
Sashka is a young filmmaker, currently studying philosophy at the University of McGill in Montreal, Canada. She has had her films screened at multiple small festivals in Montreal and works for the University of McGill as a videographer and editor in addition to doing freelance work. Sashka’s interest lies in using film to explore cross cultural dynamics. Sashka was raised in Moscow, Russia until the age of 15, and has been in Canada ever since.