GEN International Trustee - Home Country Representative
The big questions for me are about how humanity can wake up and develop flourishing relationships with ourselves, each other, and all life on Earth. There have been several threads in my life since the 1980s: developing my spiritual life as a Quaker, figuring out my personal lifestyle, working as a policy researcher on climate change, and various attempts to live in relationship and in community. Over the last sixteen years these have come together in my work supporting Quakers in Britain to develop our responses to climate change. For some of this time I lived in an intentional Quaker community, and was the anchor person when it disintegrated and reformed. My ‘home’ community now is Oxford Quaker Meeting in the UK.