Faculty Member

Jackie Larkin

Jackie Larkin is a settler whose feet touch the earth in the unceded territory of the Sc’ianew people (Metchosin, BC).  A social justice activist for 50 years in the women’s, labour, and political action movements, she integrates a deep environmental justice perspective into her life work, focusing recently on protection of ancient forests.  She works as a freelance educator/facilitator offering leadership development, strategic planning, and facilitation skills. With the Inner Activist program, she supports emerging leaders committed to dismantling the structures of white supremacy and inequity in all its expressions.

Events with Jackie Larkin

Luminaries on Demand
Open Dates

Lunch with Luminaries is a FREE webinar series to share different perspectives on a variety of topics of interest to our community. These talks pay homage to early Haven days where co-founders Ben and Jock invited various thought leaders into conversation – sometimes they agreed with the ideas shared and sometimes they didn’t. We think this spirit of curiosity and generosity is an important core value we hold, and we’re excited to recreate this concept today with time and space-transcending technology! Each webinar has a Haven Host who introduces or interviews the guest speaker, and in some cases takes Q&A…