Anne Miller is an educator, activist and mother. She is a founding member of the South Seattle Climate Action Network, Mt Baker Meaningful Movies and the Westside Environmental Justice Group. She works with these groups and numerous others to try and support individuals and organizations who are leading the conversation around equity and the environment. Anne has worked with hundreds of students. First, as a Peace Corps teacher at a vocational school in the Solomon Islands, then as a second grade teacher in the Kent School District and finally, a teacher-librarian in the Seattle School District. The importance of protecting vulnerable peoples and our environment was an integral part of her teaching. Anne was born and raised in Washington State and now lives in South Seattle with her husband and daughters.