Annie Levin is an attorney/doula/pollinator living in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of Harvard Law School also trained in mediation, psychology, permaculture design, and women’s physiology & health, she believes that the complex problems facing our world require creative, cross-disciplinary solutions. She brings her varied skills and experiences to projects focused on creating a more just, healthy, and sustainable world.
Currently, Annie serves as a curator for The Emergence Network (TEN), a collective looking to address the question, “What if the way we respond to the crisis is part of the crisis?” As part of her work with TEN she hostsPrecipice, a monthly show on Voice America’s Revolutionary Wellness Talk Radio channel. She is also an apprentice herbalist with Robin Rose Bennett, and a scholar at Stephen Jenkinson’s Orphan Wisdom School.
Previously, Annie was a Staff Attorney at Catholic Charities Community Services in New York, where she represented Unaccompanied Immigrant Children before the Executive Office of Immigration Review. She also served as the Director of Mediation Services at the Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago, where she trained mediators and supervised approximately two thousand mediations annually. She was a Doula in the Teen Parent and Infant Development Services program at Christopher House in Chicago, providing childbirth support and advocacy for teen parents, as well as a Literacy Teacher/Community Organizer in the Public Allies Americorps program. She has worked with the American Civil Liberties Union, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project.