Chevara Orrin | The Art of Soul Collecting

We exponentially increase the power of community when we make connections and we treasure and value the life of every living being. Chevara Orrin challenges us to make radical connections and invites each of us to live a life worth sharing.

Chevara Orrin has worked in the nonprofit and higher education sectors for more than 20 years and has served as a community advocate for more than 35 years. Her earliest memory of activism was as a three-year old, sleeping in concrete building tubes across the street from the White House in support of the Bangladesh Liberation War and protesting famine in Pakistan.

Orrin is a creative consultant, writer and public speaker whose topics range from Networking & Personal Brand Development to Social Justice to Personal Empowerment. A self-proclaimed "soul connector," Orrin's personal mission is to engage and mobilize communities around issues of race, gender, justice, health, education and economic disparity. Because of her tireless efforts, Chevara has been recognized by the White House and Human Rights Campaign as an emerging leader, advocate and ally for the LGBT community. She also has become an outspoken advocate for raising awareness of, and helping to eradicate sexual violence against women and girls.