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My work is rooted in an awareness that we live in the balance of systemic oppression and ever-emerging resilience, and a personal commitment to Liberation through building and sustaining relationships that open up possibilities for healing, growth, and change.

At Water’s Edge, we offer support and training for anti-oppressive change in nonprofit organizations and educational communities. Our offerings center around support for organizational change, customized trainings and workshops, restorative responses to conflict, and liberatory coaching for BIPOC folks.

About Hilary: My professional background and expertise represent an alchemy of both lived and formal learning experiences, all of which have involved developing skills and strengths to survive mainstream systems as a Black biracial, queer, nonbinary, transracially adopted person. After 23 years working and living on Lenni/Lenape land in NYC, I now support change work on Wabanaki land in Lewiston, ME, where I live with my partner and two kiddos near the Androscoggin River.

Languages Spoken: English, Spanish