Yosef Webb (pronouns: they/them/theirs or he/him/his) builds opportunities for people to authentically engage across identity differences and to interrupt their biases that keep them from treating themselves and others with dignity. Born in North Carolina, raised in Germany, California, and Colorado, Yosef joined the Navy on their 18th birthday desperately wanting to see the world. After their time in the boiler room of an aircraft carrier, they worked in kitchens, they worked on cars, they answered phones and landed in college where they received a BA in Anthropology with a focus on Archaeology, where they were the first Black man in their family to go to college. They now have a Masters degree in Divinity, is a pacifist committed to restorative justice, and is the Co-Founder and Senior Educator for the Calico Hill Collective, where they do work committed to building socially just homes, schools, places of worship and communities. Yosef, their partner, Beth, and their cat, Miroku, laugh a lot, walk a lot, create cool things, and eat a lot of curries, lentils, and injera. Yosef is also a Co-Founder and Senior Educator at the Calico Hill Collective. The Calico Hill Collective is a group of educators who seek to further solidarity, justice, truth, and reconciliation.