Natasha Juliana (who feels very uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person) was raised a hippie-kid of the 1970’s back-to-the land movement, playing in the redwood forest and wondering at the miracle of the Milky Way. She always loved to build things, to create, to imagine – which led to a career in architecture, lots of fun volunteer work, and the creation of WORK Petaluma, a coworking space with a mission to help mitigate climate change and strengthen community. In 2017, the week after the Tubbs Fire, she was trained by Al Gore as a Climate Reality Leader. Since then, she has been determined to integrate more Climate Action into her daily work. She is a founding member of Climate Action Petaluma, on the steering committee of the Sustainable Design Assessment Team grant, a former board member of Carbon Cycle Institute, and the founder of the Mary Collin’s School at Cherry Valley Green Team, which she started back in 2010 when her daughter was a student there. Next up – anything she can do to help the planet heal so her child and all of the future children of this world can enjoy the same beautiful, abundant, extraordinary Earth that we have been so blessed to inherit.