Amanda Coslor is a midwife and a community health educator. She became interested in women’s health and empowerment after working with women and girls suffering from the traumas of sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and drug addiction at the S.A.G.E. project in San Francisco. Amanda is interested in community-based people’s health movements, and works through the Groundswell Fund to create a larger frame around reproductive justice that includes information about the midwifery model of care. She cares deeply about health care approaches that see people as whole and recognizes each community’s ability and capacity to heal themselves when they have the support and resources available to them. Amanda has also been involved in collaborative philanthropy. She founded the Aepoch Fund, The Regeneration Fund, and the Community Midwifery Fund. She is also interested in seeing mission-related investing go mainstream, and has worked for 10 years to move her resources to be mission aligned. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys creative projects of all kinds, dancing with her children, and hiking with friends. Her desire is to honor her intuition, be honest and transparent in her communications especially when it comes to the dynamics of money in relationships. She is an active member of the Women’s Donor Network.