Roni Krouzman

Roni Krouzman is a driving force in the movement for a world that values people and nature. An author, speaker, consultant and organizer with 15 years experience building non-profits and motivating others, he believes strongly in soul-centered activism that feeds people, dreams big, comes from the heart, and brings beauty to a world in distress.

Roni is a powerful speaker who weaves personal experience and universal themes into inspiring calls for action and transformation. In 2002, he founded Next Generation, a North-Bay organization that empowers young people to connect with nature, green their schools and take action for the Earth. His work has been covered by numerous local and regional media, as well as national media including CNN, NPR and USA Today.

Roni’s writings have been published by several hundred websites, newspapers, and magazines, as well as five anthologies, including Voices of Protest and The Radical Reader, which feature essays by Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Henry David Thoreau, and others leaders throughout history. He also produces web-based videos that use humor to make a point.

When he’s not doing any of the above, Roni loves to cook, learn, spend time in nature, connect with friends, travel, and gaze up at the stars.

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