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Mustard Seed Associates

Mustard Seed Village will be a place to re-imagine community; a place to innovate sustainable change and create local resilient communities.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Education
  • Location Seattle, WA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2010
  • Employees 7
  • Website

Company Summary

Mustard Seed Associates endeavors to educate, equip and facilitate imaginative and innovative responses to our world's diminishing resources by providing opportunities for individuals, families, and organizations to co-create community and sustainable lives together. We are broadening our impact by building Mustard Seed Village, a 40 acre eco-village on Camano Island, WA.


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    Christine Sine
    Executive Director

    Christine Sine is Executive Director of Mustard Seed Associates a small organization founded by her and her husband, Tom Sine, to assist churches and Christian organizations to engage the challenges of the 21st Century.
    Christine trained as a physician in Australia and developed and directed the healthcare ministry for Mercy Ships. She still works as a consultant in international healthcare and travel medicine..

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    Tom Sine
    Director, Mustard Seed Village

    Tom Sine has worked for many years as a consultant in futures research and planning for both Christian and secular organizations. He founded Mustard Seed Associates to assist churches and Christian organizations to evaluate how the world is changing and how we need to change to be more effective in the future. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Washington. churches, and missions conferences around the world.

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    Forrest Inslee
    Academic Director

    Dr. Inslee earned a masters and a Ph.D. in communication at Northwestern University, and a second masters in Christian Studies at Regent College, British Columbia -- all with an intercultural focus. He now teaches at Northwest University in courses such as environmental justice and social entrepreneurship, and directs the MA in International Care and Community Development program at Northwest University.

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    Cindy Todd
    Operations and Development Director

    A self-proclaimed “global citizen,” Cynthia Todd has worked and travelled extensively and prides herself on her cross cultural competencies and strengths. Cindy recently completed her MBA in International Economic Development with Eastern University. Prior to her work at Eastern, she founded Operation Mary, a cross-cultural service program. She is currently filling the role of Operations and Development director of Mustard Seed Village .