The Light Green Machine Institute

6 Jan 16: The Light Green Machine Institute is growing up

A year ago, we established the Light Green Machine Institute as a stand-alone, non-profit organization domiciled in Delaware.  In November, the Internal Revenue Service accepted LGMI as a 501c3 nonprofit for educational purposes.

Now, we have chosen a Board of Directors.

I would like to introduce them to you:

Dr. Brian Brogdon, Executive Director. Brian has been with us for several years and is a valuable contributor to the organization.

David Bennett.  Dave was our first LGMI Fellow and has agreed to be on the Board.  We thank him for this commitment. 

Chris Dietel.  I have known Chris for many years and have seen him perform well in other nonprofit organizations.

Dr. Steven Keller. Steve has been a cheerleader of ours for many years.

Steve Roush. Steve is a trusted member of the Paperitalo Publications team and has previous board experience.

Jim Thompson. I have been here from the beginning.

All board members are connected to their LinkedIn pages. Just click on their name to learn more about them. 

We thank these board members and everyone who help make the Light Green Machine Institute possible.

We would like to hear from you. Please send an email to [email protected] 
with "LGMI Frontiers" in the subject line. 

As always, your comments will be appreciated.
Think light!


Brian Brogdon, Ph.D.
Executive Director




Jim Thompson

Send us your comments by emailing Brian Brogdon
or Jim Thompson!

The Light Green Machine Institute is a 501C3 Delaware Registered Corporation. If you are interested in making tax deductible donations to our initiatives, please email [email protected] for information.