Nathan ‘Santi’ Lou & Alicia Lou
Nathan and Alicia Lou are the founders of Mongol Tribe Inc., a non-profit organization in California bridging holistic health and wellness with civic ecology. Their mission is to bring awareness about regenerative philosophies and sustainable practices, empowering others to live a natural, eco-conscious life.
Nathan is a San Diego native with an educational background in Agriculture, Natural Resource Management, and Fish and Wildlife Conservation. He actively participates in solution oriented engagements that create social change. Nathan currently sits on the board of directors for Slow Food Urban San Diego as the Food Justice Co-chair, encouraging access to good, clean, and fair food for under-served, under-represented communities. As the Executive Director of Mongol Tribe, a community development and capacity building organization, Nathan provides administrative direction of programs, education, and operational oversight. His emphasis focuses on regenerative agriculture, sustainable living, and natural law/time.
Alicia is a Holistic Health Practitioner with 13 years of experience working as a massage therapist. She has a vibrant personality and a passion for empowering others. As the Wellness Director for Mongol Tribe, Alicia seeks to educate about being sustainable eco-minded individuals while assisting them in co-facilitating their healing process. Her emphasis focuses on human development, meditation, natural herbs, and nutrition. Alicia currently offers her services at the Willows Spa located on the Viejas Reservation in Alpine, CA. Alicia and Nathan have been happily married for six years and have two wonderful children, Elisha (5) and Phoibe (3), whom are their pride and joy.