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Kit Miller is Director Emeritus of the MK Gandhi Institute and served in that role from 2009 until 2021. The work and reach of the Institute expanded greatly under her stewardship. Prior to the Institute, she worked as director/celebrator of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication for five years in Oakland, California.
Currently Kit works on projects with colleagues in a number of settings, focused on anti-racism, leadership and restorative practices. A student of nonviolence for over thirty years, she has worked with hundreds of groups and thousands of people. Kit has an MA in Systems Thinking and Sustainability and lives in Rochester, NY with her beloved spouse of 32 years, David.
Roxy Manning, PhD is a clinical psychologist and certified Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) trainer. She brings decades of service experience to her work interrupting explicitly and implicitly oppressive attitudes and cultural norms.
Dr. Manning has worked, consulted, and provided training across the US with businesses, nonprofits, and government organizations wanting to move towards equitable and diverse workplace cultures, as well as internationally in over 10 countries with individuals and groups committed to social justice.
Sarah Peyton, CNVC Certified Trainer, author and neuroscience educator offers trainings focused on learning and using resonant language to transform the brain and heal trauma with exquisite gentleness and self-warmth. Sarah has a particular interest in the way human brains respond to power differentials and microaggressions, the social trauma that can result, and how to use resonant healing to support people in restoring dignity and reclaiming their full power.
Sarah teaches and lectures internationally and is the author of four books on relational neuroscience and self-compassion, including her latest release: The Antiracist Heart: A Self-Compassion and Activism Handbook, co-authored alongside Roxy Manning, PhD. justice.