Annie-Rose London lives amongst the fields of sustainable design, community arts, and social justice through education, coaching and leadership. She has called herself a dancer, a burlesque clown, a ritualist, an arts educator, a wilderness guide, a non-profit director, an activist, a healer - today she calls herself happy to meet you. Until a recent dive into sabbatical, Annie-Rose served as the executive director of Berrett-Koehler Foundation, an Oakland-based intergenerational leadership and community non-profit. Her main influences are through InterPlay, the Earth Activist Training, Yes! Jams, and generative somatics. She currently is a resident organizer at the East Bay Moishe House, a Jewish community home. She studied biology and community art at Brown University. She has lived and worked on several land projects, including Short Mountain Sanctuary, Wolf Creek Sanctuary, Eden Village Camp, Desde Mi Huerto, and O.U.R. Ecovillage.