Leah Green, Kitsap County, Washington
Leah Green is founder and director of the Compassionate Listening Project. She holds a masters degree in Public Policy and Administration from the Evans School at the University of Washington, where she also completed her coursework for a masters in Middle Eastern Studies. Leah is recognized as a leader in Jewish-Palestinian reconciliation, having led 26 citizen delegations to Jordan, Israel/Palestine, and Syria/Lebanon. She has produced three documentaries about the conflict, including Children of Abraham, and co-founded the Jewish-German Compassionate Listening Project. Leah began teaching CL in Israel and Palestine in 1999, and since that time has taught world wide. Leah is also a facilitator of Systems and Family Constellations, having completed her training with Francesca Mason Boring, and integrates Constellations into her trainings. Leah is a 2003 recipient of the Yoga Journal’s “Karma Yoga Award,”
and was recognized by the international women’s peace organization, Peace X Peace, in 2010. Her work has been profiled in many articles and books. Leah served as Co-Director for the 2013 U.S. Systemic Constellations Conference. Leah is available for CL mentoring and coaching sessions by phone. Contact her for more information.