Leah Lamb is on a mission to work with story as a tool for healing for the individual, and the collective, and experiences writing and creativity as a doorway to the divine. She is the founder of The School for Sacred Storytelling, whose mission is to bring healing to the stories of our times, and those courageous beings who tell them.
Leah has collaborated with stories as a writer, actress, filmmaker, producer, and focuses on working with the story as a healing modality. She founded The Performance Initiative, a nonprofit committed to utilizing the arts for social change, and hosted and produced the green channel at Al Gore’s network, Current TV, where she hosted and produced the green channel. Her writing on the environment and culture can be found on National Geographic News Watch, Planet Green, GOOD Inc, and Spirituality & Health Magazine, and served as the art advisor for the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation.
Lamb has been integrating her relationship with the natural world, story, and ritual through Story Rituals, and offers Soul Stories, an ancient form of mystic storytelling. She is writing her first novel, The Whale Dreamer.