The Grey Havens Facilitator’s are dedicated volunteers who facilitate all of our amazing philosophical discussions and events!

Gregory Aderhold
Gregory has been a facilitator with Grey Havens since 2021. Gregory is currently an undergraduate political science student at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Nick Schulte
Board President and Facilitator
Nick became Board President in 2022 and has been a facilitator since 2016. He is committed to teaching people of all ages how to think deeply, particularly in the setting fantasy series. Nick is a research scientist in Boulder, Colorado and holds a PhD in Environmental Science from University of Colorado Boulder.
Robyn Bosica
Board Member and Young Adult Program Lead
Robyn Bosica joined the Board in 2022 and has been the Young Adult Program Lead since the organization's founding. She has been working with young adults in community events, theater programs, and service trips since 2008. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Writing from Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Kelly Cowling
Kelly Cowling is the founder of Grey Havens Philosophy.
Ivona Elenton
Board Treasurer and Facilitator
Ivona has been with Grey Havens from the beginning and tries to be of service wherever there is a need for her to pitch in. She works with our children’s camps as well as facilitating and co-facilitating film- and fandom-based discussions. Ivona has a background in nonprofit work, editing and translating, and paralegal work. Her passion for what our organization stands for was ignited by the vision of our founder, Kelly Cowling. Ivona feels strongly that the world would be a better place if people practiced aware thinking and the skill of listening more.
David Coile
Dave was one of those annoying kids that kept asking “Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?” Only he continued doing it well past puberty, going on to earn himself a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and these days as a facilitator for Grey Havens programs.
Nate Love
Nate studied philosophy at multiple educational institutions, including Hunter College, the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology, UC Berkeley, the School of Practical Philosophy, and Stanford University under professors John Perry and Ken Taylor, hosts of the public radio talk show “Philosophy Talk.”
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