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Please note that selecting sessions of interest on the SCHED.ORG program does not register you for the event.

Advance Registration
closes October 20th at 5pm. 
On-site registration will be available starting on Friday, October 23 at 12:00pm in the lobby of the Humanities Building.

Neambe Leadon

Museum of Natural History
Neambe Leadon is an award winning community activist, educator, organic gardener and mother of three. Her work as Eco-Cultivator for local organizations like Blue and Yellow Logic, The GrowHaus, Sisters of Color United for Education, PeaceJam and Youthbiz is enhanced by her passion for science, holistic health and alternative remedies. As an Eco-Cultivator, Neambe co-designed and implemented a curriculum entitled “Going Green, Living Bling: Redefining the Image of Wealth,” an introduction to sustainability, organic vegetable gardening, food justice, health, environmental awareness and Hip Hop. Since 2008, Neambe has co-taught this curriculum at schools and organizations in the Denver area, reaching over 400 youth from age 5 to 23. Neambe has also worked as the Project Coordinator for the annual Brown Suga Youth Festival, which engages, educates and empowers youth through art, workshops and Hip Hop. Neambe has served as a part of the Biennial of the Americas in 2010, the CU Boulder Women and Environmental Justice Panel in April 2011, the Green Festival in San Francisco in 2012 and the Denver CIN Conference in 2013. She was also a part of the Northeast Denver Youth Engagement Zone (Y.E.Z) from 2011-2013, providing youth and families education in Environmental and Health awareness and Organic Gardening.