Cecile Andrews is the author of the (new!) Living Room Revolution: A Handbook for Conversation. A former community college administrator, Cecile has her doctorate in education from Stanford where she teaches in Stanford’s Health Improvement Program.
She is founder of the Phinney Ecovillage in Seattle. Her work has been featured in the PBS video “Escape from Affluenza” and the TBS video “Consumed by Consumption” (featuring Cecile, Ed Begley Jr., and Phyllis Diller), CBSNews “Eye on America”, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, and various PBS and NPR programs. Cecile received her doctorate in education at Stanford University and gives workshops and presentations; she has written a column for the Seattle Times; and she has co-hosted a local NPR program.