Space to connect convened by Yes! and the Impact Hub Berkeley
Impact Hub Berkeley and YES! convene change-makers to co-learn, grow, build community, and manifest a just, thriving and balanced world. We are again co-hosting a Chai Morning.
Chai mornings are a chance to slow down, share our lives and our work and reflect on what’s important for us as a community of people working to build a better world.
Chai mornings are informal and lightly facilitated. They are a space for anybody craving some connection and slowness among friends with a cup of homemade chai (made by Shilpa).
Come and have a cup with us!
Connecting, Inspiring, and Collaborating with Young Changemakers
Shilpa has facilitated dozens of transformative leadership gatherings in India, Jordan, Senegal, Lebanon, Egypt, Thailand, Canada, Peru, and the US, working with hundreds of young leaders from over 50 countries. She was founding coordinator of the Global Youth Leadership Collaborative, a network of 15 Jam facilitators from 14 countries that has collectively produced dozens of international gatherings for young changemakers, and distributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to small-scale grassroots social change innovations worldwide.
Many years ago, Shilpa made the decision to leave the trappings of academia, Washington, DC, and the path of “professionalism” that had been laid before her to live and work in greater alignment with her soul’s calling. Today, she sees her work as contributing to the deep healing of internal, interpersonal and systemic breakdown. Shilpa is committed to using very simple human technologies – like listening, speaking from the heart, slowing down, breathing, and connecting to nature – to support authentic relationships, a deeper sense of self, an essential shift in consciousness, and aligned living practices. She is passionate about dance and music, organic and natural farming, upcycling and zero waste living, asking appreciative questions and being in community. All of her work seeks to uncover ways for people to free themselves from dominating, soul-crushing institutions and to live in greater alignment with their hearts and deepest values, their local communities, and with nature.Back to all Events