Nancy Romer is a life-long activist. After serving in the Peace Corps in Colomiba, she came back to the US ready to join the movement to end the war in Viet Nam. Since then she has continued working for peace and social justice, working in the feminist, anti-racist, public higher education, union, food justice and climate justice movements. She was a professor of psychology for 42 years at Brooklyn College until she retired two years ago, started the Brooklyn College Community Partership that serves over 1500 youth each semester from under-served Brooklyn high schools and middles schools, using the arts as a way of advancing healthy development. She was a founder of the Brooklyn Food Coalition and has worked closely with Brandworkers, a worker organization that organizes workers in the food processing industry in NYC. She was on the Steering Committee of the Peoples Climate March, and is now on the Steering Committee for Sandy5, a grassroots organization demanding that our elected officials protect us from the dangers of climate change. She has been a member of the Park Slope Food Coop for 40 years.