Sharing the Message of Nonviolence


After graduating from Oberlin College and briefly running away to join the circus, Anna moved to Madaba, Jordan to help found King’s Academy. She has since lived in South America, South California, and now the Bay Area. As a Quaker, she has been involved in nonviolence her whole life, but upon discovering PACS 168 she decided to pursue deeper work in peace and nonviolence. She is passionate about languages, both dead and alive, and is the resident classicist, occasionally enjoying discussions of the Odyssey with Michael.

Anna’s fellowship is focused on editing, book creation and publishing research for the Metta Center.