Serenity Owens was blessed to grow up in a community of diverse leaders working on justice and equality for all. She spent her childhood stuffing envelopes, walking blocks, and
attending political rallies and really long meetings in school cafeterias and church basements.
Serenity remembers reading The Letter from Birmingham Jail when she was nine and thinking, “that’s what I want to be, an extremist!” Turns out, becoming an extremist is really hard. Serenity is still on the pathway; designing a life of extreme love, justice, consciousness, and freedom.
Serenity believes that the future of humanity is a more beautiful world of sustainability and collaboration brought about by conscious individuals intentionally designing it, and the need to intentionally add skills and knowledge about ourselves as emotional, physical, and sexual beings, and how we relate to each other as such.