Get involved in Gro DAO’s new collaboration structure!

People pod - facilitator: All the good stuff above requires governance and contributor facilitation to make things work. Look no further if you’ve been seeking a chance to help coordinate a DAO – signal your interest here so that we can reach out and discuss in greater detail!

Hello would like to show interest in this role

Why I am a good fit for this role

  • I have experience with people’s operation side of community management in DAOs
  • Experience with Contributor offboarding and Onboarding
  • I can also manage contributors task on platforms like Dework, wonderverse, notion (documentation), Discord and currently exploring more tools.
  • I have experience with DAO governance (Discord poll voting - Forum chatter - Snapshot voting)
  • I can help with lots of brainstorm sessions for DAO voting improvement, Community engagement and moderation.
  • Team work is a value i cherish the most in DAO building as I am able to work with other pod members to acheive their goals (community wise)
  • I have organization skill and can help with co-ordination while DAO building (on the peoples end)

Want to ask if there are more criterias need to be met, inorder to be a part of this committee as I am very much interested in this role and know I can perform effectively to a standard pleasing to the DAO. If there are more questions, would be happy to answer. :slightly_smiling_face:

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a few questions:

If I understood correctly, there will be only one single facilitator per People/Risk pod, while there can be many committee members(s) in Treasury pod?

May one join the Risk team as a pod member but not as a facilitator?

lastly, is it possible to apply for role(s) as a team or project?

Happy to help. Could help within the Treasury or as a Emergency multi sig member.

In short about me:

  • Former national representative at the European Commission (European Blockchain Partnership)
  • Senior policy advisor to the Minister of Digitisation regarding Emerging Tech
  • Now manager emerging technologies at a global consultancy firm (digital assets / web3 / fintech/ risk & regulatory )
  • ICO investor in Gro, also an OG at Gro,

Hope to hear soon!


@exa256.eth Pods can have members in addition to the facilitators. Some roles may not be full time occupations. To the degree that their bandwidth allows, I think a person should be able to do multiple roles.

I personally don’t know if the Risk pod needs more than a facilitator to begin with, but that’s ultimately for the facilitator to propose to the DAO and why it’s needed :slight_smile:

I think there are several options for you to contribute in this setup:

  • as a new project/pod with a team directly reporting to the DAO
  • an existing pod as the facilitator
  • an existing pod as a (non-facilitator) member. It’s up to the facilitator to staff their pod within the budget that the DAO has granted them
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Hello Joyce and GR :purple_heart:
I was an early participant, OG and G-force, I liked what we did with the team. Now I mainly work with different communities and manage them, I also want to develop more in this direction, I think this is the most important thing for the protocol. I would be happy to join and try myself in “Treasury - committee member” & “Emergency multi-sig member” because it’s all responsible for where the protocol will move with their community :flight_departure:

People pod - facilitator it seems to me that I have not yet achieved this role, but I would be happy to help the “facilitator” and learn new things, especially since I am learning new things quickly

Role applied for; People pod - facilitator

A brief introduction about myself

Hello all, I’m Beckley. First found out about Gro a year and two months ago while surfing through the Variant fund website. What caught my attention was the wicked simplicity of the protocol. The DApp was smooth and easy to navigate. My reaction: “Ah ah… finally found something in DeFi my pops can understand.” Made my first deposit into vault and the rest is history.

A year and two months later, still here. An Investor, active protocol user, DAO participant, G-force MVP, Gro OG, Risk member and most importantly, a Gromie :purple_heart: :purple_heart:


  • Ability to produce creative and informative writing.

  • ability to conduct quantitative and qualitative market research

  • Time management with attention to detail

  • Data visualisation & pattern finding through critical thinking

  • Represention of ideas through videographical means

  • Project / Campaign management


  • Brainstorm, research and analyze topics for business and brand development while expanding international reach through online newsletters to over 40 countries at Alpha sharks

  • Recorded and analysed trading data for tracking profitability and strategic adaptation for Dextools ( DeFi tool for monitoring market movement)

  • Collaborated with different departments to create social media copy and imagery while responding to serious inquiries and comments within 12 hours for Bgogo exchange platform

  • Worked closely with the Reserve rights team to represent the voice of the community to generate and amplify new blog post ideas.


  • Football

  • Video games

  • DeFi

  • Music and Dancing

  • Flaneuring

If you require any further information, please get in touch. In any event, I look forward to hearing from you as this process progresses.

Hi Gromies.

Interested in: Emergency multi-sig member

My experience & advantages:

  • User of Gro since launch.
  • Joined Gro community in July 2021 and was nominated as an OG in the second wave of intakes in Sept. 2021.
  • Am a crypto native who has worked as a bounty management assistance performing fraud detection and community outreach, and am a community moderator for another DeFi project.
  • I have a high participation rate in Gro governance votes that I felt informed enough to participate in. If I didn’t feel informed enough, I did not. In this emergency multisig role, I would of course plan to have a 100% participation rate.
  • Have onboarded users from other communities into Gro and have helped connect multiple outside participants with the Gro research chats.
  • I live in the GMT+9 time zone and due to the nature of my day job, have a relatively wide window of time in which I can make myself available for emergencies.
  • Though my day job is in a field unrelated to crypto (higher education), my work is student-facing and involves following strict procedures, navigating uncertainty, thinking on the spot, managing fraud, as well as cooperating with international students and colleagues of a wide variety of language levels. Communicating clearly across cultural divides is second nature to me.

My pledges if selected:

  • This account is pseudonymous, but I am willing to doxx myself to team members and other multisig members if they pledge to do the same in return. Accountability is paramount in this role.
  • I stay up-to-date with crypto security news and will use the best OpSec practices I can (on a related note, this is a great resource: OfficerCIA -
  • If I will be on holiday or busy with other work that would affect my responsibilities, I will notify the relevant team members in advance. In the latter case, I will relinquish my position and assist in the handover to another member.

I am willing to be considered for other roles if the team believes I would be a fit. And regardless of the outcome, no hard feelings - I will be sticking around! Thanks for your time.

(Unrelated, but fun)

Submitting this application on behalf of myself (exa256.eth) and Exponent team (, for the following role(s):

  1. Treasury Pod Committee member: to help preserve and extend the runway for Gro DAO
  2. Risk pod contributor: to work closely with Risk Facilitator and be responsible for markets and economic risks

My experience

  • been involved in full-stack dApp development since early 2017
  • manage Exponent’s own Treasury vault as a Safe Multisig signer
  • supports on-chain financial operations within the team, from budget allocation to signing on-chain payment transactions
  • multisig signer and member of Enzyme Technical Council

Exponent team:

  • member of Safe Guardians and a Safe DAO Delegate
  • an Aragon DAO experts member
  • data chops: we have a team of data engineer and data analyst to help the DAO make more data informed decisions

Skills and Contributions:

Below is what myself and the Exponent team can contribute as a member of Gro DAO

  • active assets and smart contract monitoring, including Treasury Multisig activities
  • ability to cross-check Safe transactions by validating byte codes prior to execution
  • portfolio management: Exponent is a team of ex-hedge fund and can provide input on portfolio construction.
  • facilitate and contribute to community discussions around DeFi risks assessment
  • facilitate capital deployment: Exponent has already deployed its own capital for yield generating savings account and assets diversification

Note on Risk pod contribution: my understanding is that the Risk pod is currently missing a facilitator, and further decisions around membership are blocked. That said, we still want to express interests in the role and happy to co-facilitate/ work closely with a facilitator candidate, especially given our previous proposal that has high value alignment with this org structure

For any further queries about myself or Exponent, please get in touch on Discord. Looking forward to see a successful deployment of Gro DAO :fire:

I would ask to be considered for the Risk Facilitator role. I have extensive risk based experience, both from 2 years of DeFiSafety and more from my time in aerospace. While not an auditor I have very good contacts within the space and a wealth of experience in preparation and interpreting the results. I am new to GRO but will learn quickly. I commit to make all decision impartially from DeFiSafety with Gro DAO’s best interests front and center.


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instead of keeping a budget for a treasury committee, I would suggest keeping a small yield-research task forces (3-4 person, on part-time basis); that produce weekly stablecoin report; plus a quarter treasury allocation proposal (with some risk-tier choices); that the DAO can vote upon.

The reasoning is because a committee is a pure decision making body and have little measurable work to track performance. It’s better to link the functions of treasury committee to a working group; and leverage the output of this yield reserch working group for the DAO to make decision on the use of treasury.

Use of treasury is also a highly sensitive job that has risk of corruption if held in the hands of 2-3 persons.

As a stablecoin yield farming protocol, having the budget to promote active member into a paying role is also helpful in community building and knowledge sharing on latest defi yield landscape.


@Organized_Chaos @exa256.eth @karcharodon - what do you guys think re: @chriswong’s suggestion to convert the treasury committee to a yield research taskforce that also make suggestions for treasury allocation (among other things)? Tagging you as you’ve expressed interest for the treasury committee above :slight_smile:

Thank you and @beckley for signalling your interest as People Pod Facilitator! As there are multiple interested candidates I’ll write up a separate post with a more detailed role description asking for more information from each of you. Stay tuned for more news this week!

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Thank you and @jaypow showing interest for emergency multi-sig! Still waiting for a few more people raising their hands – hoping to have a few more people for say 3-out-of-5 multi-sig. Will get a vote underway once we get there!

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Got it :+1: thank you so much

I completely agree, so I left an application for several positions, if we manage to combine it into one role, it will be cool.
The use of the treasury needs more people to reduce the risks

Linking to the Groda Product Pod proposal here for feedback:

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Linking to the Risk Pod Creation Proposal for feedback:


Please refer to this separate post for the call for application of People Pod Facilitator

cc- @kndlexi @beckley

I like the idea @chriswong, especially with the scope overlap. Note that treasury would bring in additional scope- particularly financial planning and reporting such as cashflow forecast, budgeting etc.

I think this will end up being a Finance and Markets team which would include: DeFi strategy research, assets and risks allocation, financial planning and reporting to the DAO. When you think about the working group- do you think it will still follow a committee structure? or more of a facilitator-led pod

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Here is my application for the Treasury Committee on behalf of myself (bernard) and the web3 Studios team (w3s).

Key goals for Treasury Committee:

  1. Define mandate for the Treasury Committee - to make an informed decision on the focus of Yield Hunting vs. Yield Research vs. other focus.
  2. Set up the Yield Strategy - to unlock economic opportunities for the treasury holdings.
  3. Support Asset Management and Risk - to fuel protocol growth and reduce exposure against adverse market conditions.
  4. Establish Financial Reporting Standards - to establish transparency for DAO members and act as decision-making support.
  5. Community Activity - to facilitate and contribute to community discussions around DeFi risks assessment


  • Prior working for McKinsey’s Digital Practice. Quit to go crypto full-time.
  • Part of web3 Studios (w3s) - a team of DeFi/TradFi contributors (ex-Blackstone, JP Morgan, DeFi) to support DAOs in strategic finance topics (M&A, Fundraising, Treasury Mgmt).
  • While I would hold the committee role, we would contribute as web3 Studios for some deliverables to maximize impact, e.g., working on the yield strategy or creating financial reports for the DAO.
  • Steering committee at McKinsey-DAO (global community of former McKinsey employees incl. several top web3 founders).

Key contribution areas:

  • Portfolio Construction: Working with a team of DeFi/TradFi contributors who will support in setting up a differentiated strategy for the Gro Treasury.
  • Risk Assessment: Set up a risk management framework to guide portfolio construction and provide transparency of current exposure for DAO.
  • Financial Reporting and Analysis: Create financial reports assessing key financial metrics for DAO members to understand, incl. cash flow statements, balance sheets, income statements, budgeting / forecast expenses
  • Community Activity: Facilitate and contribute to community discussions around DeFi risks assessment.


Below are some of my thoughts on topics I’d like to bring to the committee:

Overarching Goals for GRO’s Treasury Committee

Pre-requisite: 1. Treasury Mgmt System:
Design and implement an efficient and robust treasury management system. A fundamental part of this will be the question of what the Treasury Committee mandate should look like from a strategic perspective.

Supporting @chriswong suggestion to form a small yield-research task force / working group to enable outcome-driven work and performance tracking, rather than pure-decision making. And second @exa256.eth view on extend the scope of that group slightly. In our view, the Gro DAO could benefit from increased structure and transparency when it comes to its financial situation. I.e., we would include Financial Reporting and Risk Assessment as key areas for the group to work on.

Our ideal proposed set-up for this would be a 4-5 people team with one person filling the facilitator role. This person should wear two hats - understand the mechanics of the treasury task force in-depth and have the overview of what info is crucial for other DAO members to know at what time. Happy to discuss the ideal set-up in more depth.

2. Yield Strategy Research/ Treasury Unlock:
Unlocking the Gro Treasury to grow the protocol and its ecosystem. This includes researching and the development of different yield strategies. For this different DeFi products need to be continuously analyzed and communicated to the DAO in a comprehensive manner.

3. Asset Management and Risk
Allocating Treasury assets into selected yield strategies and managing these allocations. This includes the evaluation of liquidity needs for core business operations, as well as the continuous evaluation of risk exposure of managed assets.

4. Financial Analysis and Reporting:
Creating standards for financial reporting and delivering periodic financial reports. The reports will be transparently disclosed to the Gro DAO and give its members financial data that will support decision-making going forward. This is achieved by enabling the community, as well as external parties with interest in the Gro protocol to evaluate the following materials:

  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Budgeting / Forecasting Expenses

Super excited by the movement on this front, and happy to discuss this in more depth!