Camphill Correspondence is a publication of the Camphill Movement.
Billy Shannon has worked with Camphill Hudson for more than five years, after working as a newspaper reporter in Hudson. He recently completed the two-year Camphill Foundation Board Fellows' program, which centered on an intensive study of nonviolent communication. He studied English/Communications and journalism in college. As a freelance journalist, he writes occasionally for The New York Times and has authored two books: an oral history collection and a novella based in Hudson. He grew up just outside of Hudson and enjoys taking to the Hudson River via motor boat, kayak or canoe. He met his wife, Rena, through Camphill and they are currently raising a rambunctious 1-year-old daughter named Arabella.
Philip BalabalaLayout & Design
Philip is the Marketing and Outreach Assistant for Camphill Ghent. He studied Graphic Design and Video Production. On his free time he likes to travel and chase new experiences.
Mary is the Regional Coordinator for Camphill Association of North America and board member of Heartbeet Lifesharing. She has been a full time employee of both Heartbeet Lifesharing and Triform Camphill Community, and before that she lived and worked in Camphill Village Kimberton Hills with her family for over 8 years. Mary received a BA in Human Ecology at College of the Atlantic in Maine after growing up in Kimberton Hills and attending the Kimberton Waldorf School. She and her family currently live at Hawthorne Valley Farm where her husband, Todd, is the head vegetable grower. Mary loves the outdoors, spending time with her family, and is deeply committed to the Camphill Impulse.
David Andrew SchwartzAdvisor
Nathan McLaughlin currently serves as Executive Director of Camphill Hudson, and has been involved in the Camphill movement since 2007.
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