Team

Alex Davis

CEO & Creative Director

Alex Davis, Entrepreneur & Strategist, is CEO of Baby Rage Games. The Santa Monica-based company was co-founded in 2017 with childhood friend Billy Cavanaugh. Billy placed Alex in a Virtual Reality (VR) headset, awakening a passion he had not felt since his time in cryptocurrency, inspiring them to launch Baby Rage together. Alex's keen instincts and a degree in economics from Southern Methodist University led him to design competitive, multiplayer games. Alex knew it was crucial to customize gameplay while providing players a platform of their choice to reach the largest audience. As CEO, he focuses on creative direction, macro strategy, and business development for Baby Rage Games.

Extreme Tactical Executions (xTx), their latest VR game, was designed from the first day for both VR and the PC, with cross-play for players between the two platforms, making the game available to all, while introducing new gamers to VR. Both modes are designed into a single application and are available on Steam and the Oculus Store. Players battle increasingly formidable enemies as they move through different zones of a hostile base, upgrading weapons and abilities. The players must strategically advance while farming mana and health from fallen robots. It's a mashup of wave shooter, survival arena, and MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena). 

xTx has been featured in Business Wire, VentureBeat, and UploadVR. xTx premiered at South by Southwest to the public on March 15-17, 2019. xTx appeared at DreamHack Dallas on May 31-June 2, 2019, and DreamHack Anaheim February 21-23, 2020. xTx was also shown at a private charity event in Los Angeles, benefiting "F*ck Cancer," founded by Yael Cohen & Scooter Braun and hosted by Bryce Vine on November 20, 2019. Alex sponsored a VR activation for Gorillapalooza, a fundraiser hosted by Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi, allowing guests to experience gorillas in Rwanda in their natural habitat. The event raised over five million dollars and was headlined by Bruno Mars. Attendees included Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Martin, Sofia Vergara, James Corden, Diane Keaton, Kendall Jenner, and Scooter Braun. 

Before devoting his life to Cross Reality, Alex wore many hats spanning several fields. While studying economics in college, Alex recognized the potential for blockchain technology and cryptocurrency when it was still relatively unknown in 2011, and developed an online poker site based on Bitcoin transactions. After the world of online gambling shifted due to UIGEA, Alex transitioned into a more conservative route and earned his real estate license. He was sponsored by Rogers Healy and Associates and began helping his classmates find rentals while still in school. Upon graduation, he moved to LA and pivoted into the entertainment industry as a screenwriter, EDM music manager, literary manager, artist manager, and producer.

Dr. Bremley Lyngdoh

Chief Sustainability Officer

Dr. Bremley Lyngdoh, Founder & CEO of Worldview Impact Foundation is a Climate Change and Sustainable Development professional with over 25 years experience working with Governments, IGOs, NGOs, and the Private Sector developing a range of innovative projects in Asia, Africa and South America aimed at producing ecologically sound and economically viable activities that contribute directly to reducing rural poverty and generating productive, sustainable livelihoods for vulnerable local communities. 


Bremley has all the relevant experience in project sourcing and development. His strength lies in building strategic partnerships with various governmental agencies, NGOs, and multilateral development agencies. Through his previous assignments working with the United Nations and the World Bank in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, he has gained expertise in the effective monitoring and evaluation of field-based programs. He developed climate change adaptation projects combining integrated agroforestry, regenerative farming, sustainable tourism, and renewable energy technologies. Bremley established Spring Valley Farm in Shillong, Meghalaya, to honor his father and build upon his legacy by supporting organic farmers in northeast India. 

 

Bremley was born in Shillong - The Scotland of the East, located in the highlands of Meghalaya in North East India and left home at 17 on a mission: To see Sustainable Development pushed and practiced across the planet. His experience at the 1995 United Nations 50th Anniversary Assembly in New York left him convinced that helping people build a better life through social, environmental, and economic development was what he wanted to do. He returned to India to join the Consortium of Indian Scientists for Sustainable Development and worked on a project to combat desertification and to regenerate the desert ecosystem in Rajasthan. Soon followed the prestigious WWF Prince Bernhard Scholarship for Environmental Leadership.


Bremley then joined the United Nations Development Programme and worked on the Gulf of Mannar biodiversity protection project in Tamil Nadu. This led to a move to New York to join the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development Secretariat, where he worked with the different significant groups of Agenda 21. His Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in India then appointed him as the Youth Ambassador for his country at the United Nations Millennium Summit, where he addressed world leaders at the 2000 Millennium Assembly. He then joined the Environment Department of the World Bank and worked on linking poverty reduction and environmental management by analyzing policy challenges and opportunities, after which he moved to Boston and joined the Education Development Center. As an explorer, he has traveled to 75 counties around the world on different missions implementing different projects with local partners.

Jane Goodall inspired Bremley to speak out against nuclear weapons and campaign for full global disarmament to have a safer world and stood alongside him, together with Rev. Jesse Jackson and Senator Alan Cranston, as he addressed lawmakers in Washington DC. She later became an Advisor to the Global Youth Action Network that Bremley co-founded. Jane also inspired Bremley in 2000 to mobilize 5 million young people from 175 countries on youth-led projects, such as "Global Youth Service Day." Through the Worldview Impact Foundation, he launched projects like the "International Youth Earth Summit," "I am Free & Free Forever," "Youth Impact Forum" and "360 Degrees Entrepreneurship" with different strategic partners from around the world. 

Bremley received post-graduate degrees from Columbia University in the USA, the London School of Economics in the UK, the University of Geneva in Switzerland, and the Intercultural Open University in the Netherlands. He has a dual Ph.D. in Sustainable Development from the Azteca University in Mexico and the Central University in Nicaragua. He is the Founder & CEO of Worldview Impact Ltd, Co-Founder of the Global Youth Action Network (GYAN), and currently Co-Chairs the United Nations CSD Education Caucus. 

Lanette Phillips

Chief Production Officer

Lanette Phillips is an American film and music video producer. Phillips' feature credits include the documentary Buffalo Girls (2012), and the indie drama Love Is the Drug (2006). Both films were official selections of the Slamdance Film Festival. During her career in music, Phillips has worked with such marquee acts as Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams, Ellie Goulding, U2, Aerosmith, Eminem, Usher Raymond, Beyoncé, Michael Jackson, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Elton John, Muse, and Gwen Stefani.

 

Phillips got her start as a music journalist and collaborated with author and manager of The Doors, Danny Sugerman, on two of his best-selling books. She then worked with drummer John Densmore on his autobiography, Riders on the Storm: My Life With Jim Morrison and the Doors, and teamed with Perry Farrellof Jane's Addiction and 60s icon Timothy Leary on the innovative web magazine, Teeth. Phillips moved into music video production and worked closely with Propaganda Films co-founder Sigurjon Sighvatsson at Palomar Pictures, successfully starting and executive producing the company's music video division, featuring a roster of artists including The Black Eyed Peas, Moby, Weezer, Foo Fighters, Tom Petty, and Faith Hill. While at Palomar, Phillips fostered the careers of many prominent directors, including Marcos Siega and Joseph Kahn. Other artists Phillips has worked with include 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, Juanes, D12, Enrique Iglesias, The Shins, Sonic Youth, Death Cab for Cutie, Butthole Surfers, Rage Against the Machine, Beck Queens of the Stone Age, Sara Bareilles, The Fray, Ingrid Michaelson, Jakob Dylan, Miranda Cosgrove, Victoria Justice, Interpol, Lenka.

 

Phillips worked as executive producer at Neal Moritz's Original Film, home to director Larry Clark, and at A Band Apart, where she and Lawrence Bender launched a directors' management division, representing feature directors Quentin Tarantino, Darren Aronofsky, John Landis, and Todd Solondz for music videos. Phillips went on to form Lanette Phillips Management, representing directors including Jesse Dylan, and Keith Schofield. 

 

Phillips was supervising producer and curator for the Stand Up To Cancer organization's Stand Up On-Demand fundraising campaign with Comcast in 2009. In 2011, Phillips produced the short film, "Sabina," for the Clinton Foundation, which premiered at Bill Clinton's 65th birthday and Decade of Difference Concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Phillips also produced the Elizabeth Smart/Alicia Kozakiewicz public service announcement for "Not One More Child" which first aired on Good Morning America when Smart was interviewed by George Stephanopoulos.

Gary Tomchuk

COO & Chief Impact Officer
 

Gary is a pioneer in the Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) market, bringing together 40 years of experience in business strategy & development, marketing, operations, and management. Gary has a vast network of strategic relationships, which he has developed since he founded Evolutionary Ventures, a consulting firm specializing in natural products, integrated health, personal growth, and renewable energy in 1995. Gary has launched several companies in this industry, serving in executive roles, including CEO, COO, and VP. His ingenious business plans raised millions in funding and the acquisition of several companies. Gary brings to LOHAS his vast knowledge from the computer industry, garnering industry recognition, including two PC Magazine's Editors Choice Awards, and Syncro Corporation reaching #173 on the Inc. 500. His unique combination of technical background, relational skills, and business experience working with startups has given Gary a full-range of capabilities in starting, developing, and running cutting edge, sustainable, and profitable companies.

 

Gary also builds businesses at the intersection of social impact and media. He is the founder/CEO of Aware Cinema, a marketing and distribution platform for films for social impact. As CEO of Ethical Markets Media, he launched the first national weekly TV series on socially responsible businesses to over 44 million homes. He served as COO of media companies PlayItFwd, Harmony Channel, and Passionate Living. He was co-founder/Managing Director of Global Film Ventures, an accelerator for independent film, and founder of BroadcastHealth.com, a pioneering streaming video company. He served as Director of CSRwire, a corporate social responsibility newswire, and division of SocialFunds.com. He has organized, produced, and promoted major events such as the Healthy Living Expo, and worked with many notable leaders. He has been an advisor for the Meta health brand and on the Board of Directors for the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education, Nourish America, and others.

 

Gary graduated from Villanova University, where he was a member of the 1978 NCAA Champion Indoor Track team and the Villanova Singers. He is an Eagle Scout and member of the Savoy Company, the world's oldest Gilbert and Sullivan Company, singing Bass.

Susan Daya Hamwi

Susan Daya Hamwi is often called the Aquarian lawyer as her childhood dream was to build peace on Earth. Daya embodies the sutras of the Aquarian Age, which is a Yoga literary collection of wisdom, and works them into her practice along with other transformational tools. She advocates teachings derived and embellished from her unconventional background as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, believing when you vibrate in harmony or tandem with the Cosmos, a path shall be cleared.

 

Daya's legal career began in 1991 as the court-appointed attorney for the Kenyon Juvenile Justice Center in South Central Los Angeles. There, she represented minors in court proceedings while also working with families and liaison officers to create the best solution for children in their family situation. In her private practice, she handled numerous divorces, custody, and dependency cases. 

 

In 2004, Daya partnered with Dennis Cohen as they shared dedication and value for the peaceful resolution of family issues. Their mediation practice, Settlement Works, is located on the water in Marina Del Rey, CA, aboard the classic yacht, "Concordance." Together, they embody a unique perspective as a dynamic male-female team, providing an atmosphere of incredible support to people in conflict. By creating a safe environment for everyone to express their point of view openly, seeds of accord can grow and flourish. By listening effectively and presenting views thoughtfully, with a bridge of love fortified by sincere, honest integrity, there is a way to reach mutual understanding, agreement, and concordance in any situation. Having an innovative view of the legal system, they focus on efficient, cost-effective resolution of disputes while supporting the healing of underlying emotional issues. Daya ignites compassion in relationships.

 

Daya became a driving force for rehabilitation and understanding as a mentor to incarcerated minors at the California Youth Authority as well as teaching Yoga to children. She has served on the advisory board of "Empowerment Works," a non-profit that supports uplifting and sustainable projects around the world and is currently fiscally sponsoring 60 enterprises. Daya is also on the advisory board of "Peace Now." She is a member of the Aquarian Women's Leadership Society, forging new models of feminine leadership, and is a long-time contributor to Medicines Global Outdoor Youth Ambassador Program. 

 

In addition, Daya has served in many other capacities in her illustrious career, including as Human Resource Director and Attorney Liaison, for many organizations. Daya's greatest joy in life is as a devoted and loving mother to her son Joey, who is presently attending college and is the Director of Social Media & Community Outreach of the Plant A Tree Foundation.

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