GO Humanity has pulled together a panel of women leaders from their GO Team service network. They will discuss the joys and frustrations that come with being women building humanist-valued social justice communities. They will also discuss the whys and hows of addressing food insecurity in their communities.
Wendy Weber (she/her) is the Programs Director at GO Humanity. She is a graduate of Yale Divinity School, where she was a founder of an atheist, agnostic, and multifaith community that continues to foster interbelief dialogues and initiatives on campus. She was a Volunteer Coordinator with the Yale Humanist Community. At GO Humanity, Wendy spent a year with Pathfinders Project, an international humanist service project designed to find the location to launch GO Humanity’s own Humanist Action: Ghana. She then served as GO Humanity’s Humanist Disaster Recovery Coordinator and Service Teams Coordinator, and Humanist Action: Ghana – Ghana Co-Administrator. Wendy is now back in the US and serving as the coordinator of GO Humanity’s programs.
Robin Harris (she/her), a Texas native, is a Community Organizer and Activist. She recently launched a new collective, All things Revolutionary, focusing on intersectional issues in marginalized communities. She is an organizer for Central Florida Mutual Aid, a GO Humanity Food Security Team, and a board member with the Nonprofit Industrial Complex, a 501(c)(3) providing fiscal sponsorship to unincorporated and international mutual aid projects.
Itiba Leonoris (she/her) is a 34-year-old diaspora boricua climate migrant living in central Florida since 1999 post hurricane George as her mother and they were displaced from Puerto Rico. Itiba has been a community organizer, language justice advocate, and BIPOC LGBTQI+ culture curator since 2005. Itiba is an organizer with Blue Trunk Garden Network, a GO Humanity Food Security Team.