Rae Sikora has been a spokesperson for animals, the environment and human rights for over forty years. Her programs have been changing people’s vision of what is possible to create in our lives and in the world. Rae has worked internationally with participants ranging from teachers, students and prisoners, to businesses and activists.
As co-founder of the Institute for Humane Education, Rae created interactive critical thinking tools that are now being used by people around the globe. Rae draws from years of experience to help individuals and groups discover how implementing changes personally and locally can bring about positive change globally. She is also co-founder of VegFund and Root 66, a vegan food truck turned brick and mortar cafe. Additionally, Rae was selected by the North American Vegetarian Society as the 2013 recipient of its Vegan Hall of Fame and is co-author of Plant Peace Daily: Everyday Outreach for People Who Care. Her semi-fictional memoir, Little Jew on the Soul Train is currently available on both Amazon and Ingram Spark. Her novel, Cinny, Born into Homelessness, will be published in the summer of 2022.