Our Firm

Dynamic Planet works with passionate entrepreneurs to advance markets that restore nature.

Kristin Rechberger


Kristin is CEO of Dynamic Planet, which helps build conservation economies that benefit people, nature, and climate – by restoring nature rather than by depleting it.

She founded Dynamic Planet in 2012 to fill a need of business planning and outcomes for conservation and nature accountability for business. We support our mission of ‘helping advance markets to restore nature’ through new business models, fit-for-purpose finance, impact campaigns, and cross-sector engagement with partners in key geographies worldwide. Shifting from extraction to conservation economies, guided by 30×30, we focus on ocean and coastal regeneration for local and global benefits in perpetuity.

Kristin currently serves as trustee of The King Charles III Charitable Fund, and on the boards of National Geographic Pristine Seas, Mongabay, The Environmental Investigation Agency, the Environmental Film Festival, and Ocean Exploration Trust.

Before Dynamic Planet, Kristin was Senior Vice President of Global Programs and Partnerships at the National Geographic Society, where she held various leadership positions over 14 years. Kristin is a 1995 Luce Scholar, a 2009 Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and a Global Sustainable Tourism Council member. Kristin has public policy and film degrees from Duke University and has completed executive programs at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Oxford.


Wanda Bautista

Strategic Communications Director

Wanda leads strategic communications for Dynamic Planet. With a robust background in research communications, environmental advocacy, and local community engagement, Wanda is dedicated to Dynamic Planet’s mission of advancing economies to restore nature and communities worldwide.

Prior to joining Dynamic Planet, Wanda was a Vice President on the global team at Burness, a communications firm that works with nonprofits and foundations to promote social justice. During her decade at the organization, Wanda spearheaded innovative communications initiatives working with and on behalf of Indigenous Peoples and local communities focused on land rights, forest conservation, and biodiversity protection.

Wanda is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a degree in International Politics and a concentration in International Law. In her spare time, she supports Identity, a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for Latino and other historically underserved youth in Montgomery County, Maryland. A native of the Dominican Republic, she enjoys Latin dancing, weight lifting, and spending time with friends and family–preferably near a beach.


Eliza Guinness

Project Coordination and Research

Eliza Guinness supports Dynamic Planet through project coordination and research. She is a recent graduate from King’s College London with a bachelor’s degree in international relations. Prior to London, Eliza and her family lived and worked aboard a motor yacht for a decade-long adventure of ocean exploration. Eliza’s childhood and young adult life was spent in and on the water scuba diving, free diving, exploring remote islands and coral reefs, and assisting in marine research expeditions. She saw the consequences of overfishing and marine devastation first hand. This unique experience inspired and drives her passion for ocean protection and conservation economics. Eliza now contributes to Dynamic Planet’s vital work to protect 30% of land and sea by 2030.