06 March 2012
by Iona Fredenburgh
This is one of a series of interviews with RSPOPUK’s four trustees.
Olufemi has been involved with Process Work for many years. She is a poet, writer and storyteller. She is also the founder of ‘Community Dialogue for Change’ a community organisation, that bridges separation by connecting diverse communities through dialogue. She is also an active member of World Family: working on Food Justice and Food Sovereignty in the Global South, as well as at home. I interviewed Femi quite soon after the January 2012 Intensive on Innerwork so we have included some of Femi’s reflections on that event as well as her interest in Process Work.