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Czarnik-Neimeyer, Anna

Anna, MA, is a social justice educator, writer, and founder/CEO of Bridgebuilder Consulting, bridging divisions to build better organizations. She cultivates unlikely comrades through trainings, keynotes, courses, scholarly writing, and popular press, towards innovation at corporations, schools, churches, nonprofits, and publications. Former board member at the bell hooks Institute at Berea College, Kentucky and OUT There Adventures, her own work has been published through Ms. Magazine, American Camp Association, USA Today, Sojourners, Teaching Tolerance (Southern Poverty Law Center), Religion News Service, and Parker Palmer's Center for Courage & Renewal. In 2017 she hit the road on a yearlong global consulting tour, "Tour d'Justice."
Anna graduated from St. Norbert College, earning degrees in Communication and German with emphases in Women's and Gender Studies and Religious Studies. Anna is from the Midwestern United States, but finds homes and loved ones around the world, especially in Washington state and New York City.


In the Village: Inclusive Intersections with Anna Czarnik-Neimeyer

Presenter: Czarnik-Neimeyer, Anna / 2016

Inclusive Intersections: Identity, Community, and Theology: Identity (Think: Race, Gender, Class, Sexuality, Ability) in Community

Presenter: Czarnik-Neimeyer, Anna / 2016

Vespers July 5, 2016 'In Response to Gun Violence'

Presenter: Czarnik-Neimeyer, Anna / 2016

Bridge-building Between Activism and Religion with Anna Czarnik-Neimeyer

Presenter: Czarnik-Neimeyer, Anna / 2018

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