Sage Wylder is a committed advocate for social and environmental justice with a B.S. in Environmental Studies. As a writer and editor, she focuses on the evolution of values and ideologies that create socio-ecological shifts. Sage founded an interdisciplinary environmental digital publication to uplift voices at the intersection of social, racial, and ecological topics. She has experience directing international teams of writers for social impact organizations and leads communications at a women-run collective for creatives. She is passionate about restoring our connection to the planet with the allyship of sacred plants while honoring the cultural usages and stories of Indigenous wisdom keepers. A life-long seeker of knowledge, Sage is always learning new modalities to assist people in remembering their purpose and path—currently training to become a Holotropic Breathwork facilitator.