Adair, Utah Organizer
Adair believes in community, sentientism, and healing processes. They’ve been active at various times in grassroots mental health education, animal rights and vegan advocacy, disability rights, LGBT community, sexual consent education, and resistance to police brutality and racism–though they’re a software developer at their day job. Their current perspective on systemic issues involves an understanding of the current ecocidal, life-crushing dominant paradigm’s origins in colonization, capitalism, and an atomistic understanding of humans and things. They hope to live in such a way as to promote compassionate connection to self, other, and earth, and to push back against the destructive system.
Their other organization commitment these days is serving on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) committee of PANDOS.
Aimee Reau, CoFounder
Aimee grew up South of Detroit and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from Georgia College & State University. She is a certified Yoga Instructor (RYT 200), an enthusiastic DJ, and a Level 1 certified Reiki Practitioner. Her activism is rooted in human rights, systemic racism, and gender equality.
LaUra Schmidt, CoFounder
Hailing from Michigan, Laura is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a BS in Environmental Studies, Biology, and Religious Studies. She earned her MS in Environmental Humanities from the University of Utah. She spent some time living and playing in North Carolina & Louisiana. Laura is also a member of Climate Reality Leadership Corps and the cofounder of the Good Grief Group.