Abby Power - Independent Humane Educator and Public Speaker
As parents and educators, how can we collectively start the discussion with our children and students, about animal equality and the impact that our choices can have? In this speaker session, Abby Power will talk about how we can use humane education tools to introduce topics such as speciesism, systems thinking, cognitive dissonance, and critical thinking in order to engage our children to find solutions and make systematic change. As a parent or educator, let’s give our children the tools to be the next generation of changemakers.
About our Speaker:
Abby Power is an advocate for compassionate change. She is certified in plant-based nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Humane Education through Valparaiso University and The Institute for Humane Education. As a humane educator and public speaker, Abby can be found giving presentations around topics that include animal rights advocacy, whole foods plant-based diets, environmental impacts of what we eat, how to find joy in life, and ways to change the world. Abby currently resides in Ashland, Massachusetts with her husband and five-year-old son, James. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, practicing Vipassana Meditation, gardening, and advocating for the animals!
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