Gwendolyn Hallsmith

Gwendolyn Hallsmith

Gwendolyn Hallsmith has over thirty years of experience working with municipal, regional, and state government in the United States and internationally. She is the author of six books on community resilience and sustainable economics. She founded Vermonters for a New Economy in 2012, and is currently working on legislation for a Vermont State Bank. She lives in an ecovillage in Cabot, Vermont, called the Headwaters Garden and Learning Center, where she and her husband write topical songs about the new economy for their small musical group called The New Economistas. She has a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Brown University and studied theology at the Andover Newton Theological School.

  • GTI Contributions

    Roundtable on Money Roundtable
    Roundtable on Money

    August 2017

    Local initiatives and new technologies can decentralize and democratize money.

    A contribution to an exchange on Money for the People