Blake Gentry is an international program and policy expert with 20 years of experience in indigenous community health, development, and climate change adaptation.He has served as adjunct faculty and research associate at the University of Arizona, including in the public health, geography and international development, and Mexican-American Studies programs.A member of the Cherokee Nation, Blake has a portfolio of projects reflecting his interaction with more than fifty indigenous nations, principally in Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, United States and Canada. With his expertise in policy and governance issues as they relate to local communities around the world, Blake is assisting A-L in the commercialization of digital applications for climate adaptation opportunities for agricultural supply chains and smallholder farmers.