Anastasia Hill – Denver
Anastasia is passionate about equity, ecology, and trauma-informed care. She believes in cultivating healthy ecosystems in both natural environments and man-made circumstances. Currently, she's working to connect and nurture networks of coaches and consultants who support emerging organizational practices that foster wholeness, self-management, and evolutionary purpose. Anastasia attended Naropa University to earn her MA in Resilient Leadership in 2018. She has over 10 years of non-profit experience, from trauma-informed direct service in emergency shelters to supporting and connecting over 130 urban community gardens to initiating the first chapter of a student-led food recovery program in the state of Alabama. Anastasia currently lives in Denver, CO where she enjoys visiting national parks, attending immersive art experiences, and coaching 3-7 year-olds in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. She's spent the last 5 years getting to know the Denver landscape and connecting with progressive organizations that are committed to equity and decolonization. She grew up along the Gulf Coast poor, queer, and neurodivergent, which supported her understanding of the importance of intersectionality. She is a lifelong learner, advocate, and artist committed to community care and collective liberation.