Sally Goerner has lectured worldwide on how the Energy-Network Sciences (ENS) create a common-sense narrative of how to achieve lasting socioeconomic vitality by revitalizing human networks. Based on empirical research into what makes complex systems remain healthy over periods of time, Sally and colleagues have developed a set of 10 measures of ‘regenerative vitality’ for socio-economic systems. Among the important implications of these measures are that systemic economic health requires maintaining a balance of small, medium, and large organizations, which support an equally critical balance of resilience and efficiency. Sally is co-author (with Robert Ulanowicz et al.) of ‘Measuring regenerative economics: 10 principles and measures undergirding systemic economic health’, Global Transitions, volume 1, 2019.