Founding Director. Anne brings a deep understanding of women and the feminine from her 20 years of leading retreats and circles for women in the United States, and from her own life experience. She lived and worked abroad in Asia, Central America and Europe for many years, and upon returning to the U.S. became a householder, parent and later, a grandmother.
Her work at DreamWeather focuses on guiding women to restore and uncover their innate wisdom and capacity to help life at this time of great crisis and transition. Anne is dedicated to seeding circles and cultivating awareness for those working in nonprofits, in shelters, living rooms, hospitals, churches, schools, and wherever else there is the need for support and reconnection.
Anne writes books and articles about women’s natural wisdom and sacred qualities, and how their relationship to themselves is linked to the web of life through an inner attitude of service. Her recent book, Finding Home is being used as guidance for those interested in creating groups for women in homelessness and transition, as well as for those working with the feminine and social change. Anne’s prior book, Women, Wisdom and Dreams, has touched women’s lives around the world
Anne has also been a speaker at numerous global conferences for women, including the Global Peace Initiative of Women at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Foundational to her work facilitating the development of women’s inner life, Anne has trained in dreamwork and meditation in a Sufi tradition since 1991. She lives with her daughter and granddaughter in Northern California.Anne Scott