Rachel Federman is an author, activist, and nonprofit consultant. She was an intern for U.S. Senator John Kerry’s Environmental Issues team and co-founded High Impact Philanthropy, which has raised over $40 million for non-profits. She also specialises in social justice program design and evaluation. Rachel is the author of more than 20 non-fiction books, including The Mindful Gardener, Mer-mania, and Mister Roger’s Neighborhood Activity Journal, and her articles on activism feature in a range of anthologies and newspapers. In her spare time, Rachel can be found at a climate strike, a women’s march, or a Moms Demand Action rally, playing music, or calling her representatives in Congress. She went to Dartmouth College and has a Master's degree in English Literature from Fordham University. She lives in NYC with her family.