The Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture: Staff

The Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture (formerly Dancing Rabbit, Inc.) at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is the 501(c)3 nonprofit that manages our outreach and educational activities. Below is information on our key staff members.

 

Danielle Williams

Executive Director, Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture

 

danielle-solo-1Danielle Williams moved to Dancing Rabbit in 2012 after living at three other intentional communities in three different countries. She started working for the nonprofit in 2013 as the Correspondent, became the Programs Director a few years later, overseeing the educational offerings of the Center for Sustainable & Cooperative Culture. In 2016 she was hired as the Executive Director. She delights in living in a 213 sq-ft round house called the Hermitage, built by natural building expert Hassan Hall. Danielle originally hails from the state of Colorado, and her skills are as diverse and varied as the places she’s lived since then.  Her degree in Peace & Global Studies from Earlham College informs her vision of how ecovillages are part of a global movement towards creating a better world for everyone. She passionately continues to cultivate the world she wants to pass on to future generations.


Carolyn Bunge

Communications Team

 

Carolyn joined the Dancing Rabbit Staff in the spring of 2017. After nearly 30 years living on the Gulf Coast in Houston, she went on an adventure to find community with her husband and son. The extensive 5 month trip across the U.S. ended with the decision to call Northeast Missouri home. She lives with her family at a neighboring community called Red Earth Farms where they homestead on their leasehold they named Whimsyshire.

Before moving to Red Earth Farms, Carolyn was a high school history teacher. She has used her skills in writing and research, from her B.A. in History, to the benefit of her job here at the Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture and as a copywriter for JB Analytics. In her free time she likes to read, play board games, sew, garden, and spend time on her land. She lives in a 20 foot yurt close to nature spending her days doing the things she loves, with the people who matter most.


Collin Vickers

Communications Team 

 

Vick joined as our correspondent in 2016. He also works in social media to promote causes related to progressive politics, social justice and the environment. In a past life, he worked as a chef in a Las Vegas casino. Nowadays he spends his spare time playing board games and writing creatively.


Apple Wood

Bookkeeper & General Correspondent

 

IMG_20150222_132826920Apple has been living in intentional communities since 2003, and now lives at Red Earth Farms, a neighboring land trust community. She considers herself a jack of all trades, master of none, and shares some of her computer and communication skills with our nonprofit in the roles of Bookkeeper and General Correspondent. She started with us by offering to file our 2017 tax forms, and has expanded into other responsibilities since. Things that Apple does with the rest of her time include: working as an organic farm inspector, gardening, connecting with neighbors, and puttering around her house and homestead.

 

The Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture: Staff

The Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture (formerly Dancing Rabbit, Inc.) at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is the 501(c)3 nonprofit that manages our outreach and educational activities. Below is information on our key staff members.

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