Rivvy Neshama is a writer and community organizer who holds degrees in philosophy, comparative literature, social work, and education.
She has been a teacher and social worker in Harlem, a campaign manager in Boulder, a college instructor in Queens, and a co-founder of environmental and intercultural organizations.
Neshama has written for such national publications as Ms., Glamour, and The New York Times. Her spiritual path draws from many sources: Eastern and Western religions, Native traditions, Sufis and shamans, and her mom.
She lives in Boulder, Colorado, and Sag Harbor, New York.