Lisa Worth Huber, Ph.D. is a peace and social justice educator, facilitator, storyteller, and writer. She teaches in universities, K-12 classrooms, homeless shelters, safe houses, and with at-risk youth. Along with teaching nonviolent and peacebuilding programs, Lisa incorporates the arts as a means to give voice to the silenced, address injustice, nurture compassion and imagine new futures. A teaching artist for over two decades, Lisa blends story in its myriad forms with peace, humanitarian, social justice and environmental concerns, and nurtures the development of creative activism and ecological stewardship.
Currently, Lisa serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for the National Peace Academy;
serves on the Advisory Council for the Connecticut Center for Nonviolence;
and is an adjunct professor in Sociology at Western Connecticut State University
. Lisa previously served as Academic Director for Connecticut’s first accredited MA program in Conflict Transformation at The Graduate Institute,
and was a member of the international Launch Team for the Global Sustainability Fellows
Lisa is trained and certified in numerous peacebuilding, restorative justice, facilitation, dialogue, and nonviolent practices, and committed to creating and sustaining compassionate communities.