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Commission on Human Rights

Nichole Warwick

Nichole Warwick sitting on a tree log in nature

Nichole Warwick is a mother, grandmother, and an award-winning community-impact non-profit leader who weaves together and elevates people and movements at the intersections of environmental and social justice towards greater equity, a just transition, policy change, and planetary healing. She is a Leadership Institute Programs Managers at Daily Acts and a Co-Principal Investigator for the Graton Pesticides Research Project with Sonoma Safe Agriculture Safe Schools (SASS). She is a co-founder of several successful coalitions and organizations including Families Advocating for Chemical and Toxics Safety (FACTS) and Sonoma SASS. She has lived in the Fifth District in Sonoma County for 25 years. Nichole serves on the Sonoma Community Resilience Collaborative’s Steering Committee and Conservation Action Fund for Education's Board of Directors. She served on the Ceres Community Project’s Board of Directors from 2013-2019. A life-long learner, Nichole brings an interdisciplinary approach to her work. She has a master’s degree in Psychology, is certified in Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy for Healing and Social Change and has a bachelor’s degree in History. She is certificated as a School Garden Teacher, Climate Reality Leader, and Mind Body Medicine Practitioner. She is bilingual in Spanish and has extensive experience facilitating Trauma-Informed Education and Therapeutic Approaches, Non-Violent Communication and Conflict Resolution, ToolBox Tools for Social-Emotional Development, Project-Based Learning, Positive Discipline, Welcoming Schools, and Equity-Based Appreciative Inquiry.