Daniel Taylor-Ide

writer, president, Future Generations

Daniel Taylor-Ide travels widely in the U.S., India, and Nepal, working for the United Nations, the Dalai Lama of Tibet, and the government of Nepal. He was knighted by the king of Nepal for his efforts.

He founded the Woodlands Mountain Institute, an organization dedicated to sustainable development planning for mountain regions and peoples; is the president of Future Generations Inc.; and leads a research group at Johns Hopkins University in the School of Public Hygiene and Public Health.

Daniel lives on Spruce Knob Mountain in West Virginia with his wife, Jennifer, and three children, Jesse, Tara, and Luke.

Daniel Taylor-Ide travels widely in the U.S., India, and Nepal, working for the United Nations, the Dalai Lama of Tibet, and the government of Nepal. He was knighted by the king of Nepal for his efforts.

He founded the Woodlands Mountain Institute, an organization dedicated to sustainable development planning for mountain regions and peoples; is the president of Future Generations Inc.; and leads a research group at Johns Hopkins University in the School of Public Hygiene and Public Health.

Daniel lives on Spruce Knob Mountain in West Virginia with his wife, Jennifer, and three children, Jesse, Tara, and Luke.