Sarita Pockell

Learning Architect

Sarita is an education for sustainability specialist who is passionate about using a human design, systems-thinking approach to create extraordinary learning experiences aimed at regenerating our broken systems. Sarita joined Women's Earth Alliance (WEA) after nearly 7 years of curriculum leadership with Green School, Bali. She has lived and worked as a educator and musician in Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Croatia, and Indonesia.

Sarita brings to WEA her passion and expertise for co-creating holistic trainings for women environmental leaders. She was instrumental in launching and growing WEA’s work in Southeast Asia and developed the World WEAver community, bridging learning and connection across WEA’s global network. Sarita is a Diversity, Justice, and Inclusion facilitator with the ADL, a garden educator with West County Digs, and is on the education advisory board for the Urban REAL School. She is a musician, playwright, theater director and gardener, and the mother of two young women. Sarita has a Masters in Education for Sustainability at Antioch University, studied cultural anthropology at Northern Arizona University and received her Bachelors Ed from Goddard College.