Manager of Social Justice Programs, Certified Hypnotist/Healing Facilitator/Entrepreneur, Farm Sanctuary (employer)/ Aya Healing & Hypnosis (self-employed)
Kamekə (Miko) Brown is the Manager of Social Justice Programs at Farm Sanctuary.She has worked with nonprofit and governmental organizations over the past decade to foster a more just and compassionate world in partnership with individuals and communities throughout the United States. Her past experience includes national service, nonprofit work, community organizing, healing facilitation, and mental health and wellness work. Miko also operates a hypnosis business and is a Certified Hypnotist with the National Guild of Hypnotists, the largest and oldest professional hypnosis organization in the world. As a 5-PATH® Certified Hypnosis Professional, Miko has been trained in the most advanced and effective hypnosis techniques to help bring about lasting change in the lives of the people she works with. She has been described as someone who is “smart with heart”— easily able to problem-solve and make meaningful connections with humble wisdom, deep insight, warmth, and compassion. Miko received her Master’s Degree in Social Change and is passionate about social justice and equity, collective care and healing, self-love in action, and contemplative and liberatory practices for the benefit of all beings and our planet. Miko has contributed writing to the anthology Veganism of Color: Decentering Whiteness in Human and Nonhuman Liberation edited by Julia Feliz and the story of her work is featured in the book, A Better World Starts Here: Activists and Their Work by Stacy Russo.