Karen Larbi is a social change trainer, facilitator, event producer, peer counsellor, Movement Chaplain-in-training, community builder, writer, and public speaker. She was formerly a Trainer at Campaign Bootcamp, a charity dedicated to ensuring that people most impacted by injustice lead campaigns that affect them. An aspiring Ecowomanist, she is the Founder of POC In Nature, an online platform dedicated to helping people of colour explore the healing power of nature, environmental justice and land-honouring ancestral traditions, and is an England Advisory Committee Member at the RSPB, the UK's largest nature conservation charity.
Karen is also a recovery and mental health advocate, formerly working at Rethink Mental Illness on the Time to Change campaign, a world-leading anti-stigma campaign, and is the Co-founder of Black Woman Heal United Kingdom, the UK chapter of an international movement to help Black women heal and reclaim their spirits, minds and bodies from the effects sexual abuse and violence. She provides consultancy and experiential training on power and privilege, supporting access to nature for under-represented groups, mental health and intersectionality, and is passionate about exploring the intersections of social justice, spirituality, recovery and ecology.