OUR STORY

We started our professional journey in the world of social activism, we were surrounded by brilliant people, incredible ideas, and tons of motivation, but something didn't work.
We often found ourselves lacking the tools to do our work well together. And we knew we could do something so much more awesome…

And then, we found PARTICIPATORY LEADERSHIP, a set of theories and methodologies that enable us to create fun, genuinely participatory, and productive spaces. Spaces where magic is co-created, and people thrive.

OUR THEORY OF CHANGE

We know we have been successful when, over time, communities and organizations' internal communication and collaborations are transformed and improved. Consequently, individuals are empowered to unleash creativity and innovation to co-benefit the organization and society.

Jacklina Eshaya
Co-founder, consultant, facilitator

Jacklina is a changemaker, igniter, and facilitator, who is passionate about co-creating change. She has directed and initiated sustainable social projects, studied and experimented with group processes in different approaches, and designed and implemented organizational learning and development processes.
 
Jacklina is a member of the Ashoka changemakerXchange global facilitation team and community, and she initiated, managed, and co-facilitated the first changemakerXchange summit for Israeli and Palestinian social entrepreneurs. She was selected for the United Nations program e4sc, entrepreneurs for social change, that identified BEINCO as a global impact venture. She was a facilitator of the RISE for change UN program for social entrepreneurs and is the leading facilitator for the Kofi Annan Foundation Changemakers Program.

Jacklina holds an MA in Social Work and wrote her thesis on women's transformations while giving birth.
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Leo (Lony) Natanzon
Co-founder, co-facilitator

Leo is an ideator and a teacher in the dialogical approach, facilitator, leader, and smiler :). He devoted the last decade to learning about and working with groups of different types and styles. His experience includes managing and supporting civil society organizations and designing and implementing long term change processes with communities of various kinds.

Leo is passionate about social & environmental justice, and the creation of alternative culture in Israel.

Leo was a community organizer of the student union at his college and had a radio show about social change & activism. In the Israeli historic social protest of 2011, Leo took a significant part by coordinating all the Northern-Israel protest camps.

Leo holds a BA in Alternative Education and an MA in NGO Management. He wrote his thesis on the evolution of social protests in Israel.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Beinco's approach to agenda design is inclusive and participatory, and they were igniters of inspiration for our virtual international conference. Their powerful questions, kind guidance, innovative ideas and ability to navigate numerous input loops with ease, made me feel confident about the impact of our event. With Beinco, you'll never get your usual 'lecture' type of sessions!

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Angela Feraru
Project Coordinator
SOS Children's Villages International