Sarah Queblatin is an inclusive regenerative design specialist and facilitator weaving the arts and culture, peacebuilding, humanitarian aid, and ecosystem restoration. Her life-work is in restoring and re-storying narratives of place and belonging through cultural memory and imagination in climate and conflict vulnerable communities. She does this through Living Story Landscapes and Green Releaf which she founded to support communities after disasters and displacement. She applies her experience and certificate in regenerative development, permaculture, and ecovillage design, as advisor for UNDP’s Conscious Food Systems Alliance, Global Ecovillage Network Oceania and Asia, and Permaculture for Refugees.
As a mental health practitioner, she applies trauma informed art and nature based modalities. She serves as resource person for the Carl Jung Circle Philippines, and the Arts and Health Institute Philippines in partnership with the European Graduate School. Sarah is a recipient of the Next Generation Award of the Arts and Healing Network in 2012.