Emma Sron

Activist, Organizer

Emma has been an activist for most of her adult life. She has a BA in Psychology. While attending university, she organized to support the local homeless community and co-created an organization to bring attention to the experiences of youth in Uganda. Emma previously worked with children on the Autism spectrum as a Mental Health Practitioner, Case Manager, and Visual Support Coordinator before becoming a mother and choosing to stay home. As a homeschooling mom, she has spent time as a professional photographer, coordinating disaster relief, and working in independent media as a journalist, editor, and content creator at outlets like MintPress News, The Mind Unleashed, and The Anti-Media. Emma is on the Steering Committee of and is the content manager for the World Council for Health and currently sits on the boards of Women Against Military Madness and Rocky Mountain Political Law Institute. She was previously a member of the Movement for a People’s Party Coordinating Committee and a member of the Executive Board of March on the Pentagon.

Decentralization / sovereignty / health freedom

We are powerful.
We are beautiful.
We are free. 

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