Climate Conversations: Visionary Activist Emily Libla
19dec4:00 pm6:00 pmClimate Conversations: Visionary Activist Emily Libla4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Event TypeWebinar & Talks,Workshop & Training
Register Here What is a Visionary Activist? Wonder if you might be one? Join the next Climate Conversations with Visionary Activist Emily Libla. Saturday, December 19, 10 am – 12 pm CST
What is a Visionary Activist?
Wonder if you might be one?
Join the next Climate Conversations with
Visionary Activist Emily Libla.
Saturday, December 19, 10 am – 12 pm CST on Zoom.
Emily Libla is an educator, a questioner, and a dreamer of what’s possible when we collectively wake up and join together to create a future worth living to the fullest. Through her work, she is committed to bringing forth a shift in the prevailing worldview of separation and eliciting a remembering of our physical, emotional, and spiritual inter-being.Join us to hear Emily’s journey to becoming a Visionary Activist and get a sense of your own grand vision!
“A common theme that drives my life is the recognition that my work isn’t about me; it’s about being of service to that which I love. What’s needed isn’t always what I find most comfortable to give, but that’s where growth happens, and where possibilities become reality.”
~Visionary Activist Emily Libla
Emily’s vision honors the beauty and diversity of the natural world and has led her to become a Reiki Master, a Food Educator, and a community activist, leading and joining a variety of programs throughout the Kansas City area. She found her home as a visionary activist with the Pachamama Alliance and became a Program Facilitator for both their Awakening the Dreamer and Drawdown Initiative programs.
Most recently, Emily co-founded Drawdown of the Heartland – a community network committed to accelerating solutions to reverse global warming here in the KC region. She is committed to inspiring bold, community-level engagement, increasing listening for indigenous and diverse voices, and creating partnerships for equity and justice to support healthy, thriving communities.
(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm