Interested in becoming skillful at realizing Just Transition in your community? If so, Julika von Stackelberg is someone you want to know. On this episode of The Good Work Hour, Terri and Susan talk with Julika, who is launching her newly developed Master Community Builder Program this year through the Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County. The 10-month program introduces and guides participants to apply concepts that create the conditions for resilience and regenerative well-being. (Join the info session on January 19th!)

Julika von Stackelberg is a credentialed parenting educator and certified parenting coach who focuses on building resilient communities that regenerate well-being as the Family & Community Resilience Educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Orange County. Julika facilitates workshops and training for parents, professionals, and community members related to creating nurturing environments and building communities of belonging. Julika co-chairs the Orange County Parenting Coalition and spearheads the Orange County Resilience Project, and she is part of the statewide Resilience Coalition Steering Committee.

Julika holds a BA in African Studies and Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London and a Master’s degree in Social Justice and Community Organizing from Prescott College. As a current Ph.D. student in Sustainability Education at Prescott College, AZ, she researches social imaginaries as tools for the transition toward resilience and regenerative communities.