Pablo Willink

Pablo’s justice journey began as a youth, when he was raised to honor his Dine (Navajo Nation) identity through respecting the earth and the beings on it. After four years working on local political campaigns and serving as a community organizer, Pablo found himself on a small seed- saving farm in southern Arizona where he learned the importance of seed sovereignty, the need for sustainable agriculture education, and the joys of working the earth. Two years later, in 2015, Pablo led our pilot program, working with the Jim and Barbara Moresfield Boys & Girls Club in Houston, Texas, returning in 2016 to lead the program and expand it. His History degree from Stanford University (2017) has given him a framework for examining our past as a way of building peace and justice in the future. Pablo was brought on as the new Executive Director to push the roots of Amir deeper and to branch out to newfound heights.

Executive Director