Anna White lives on the unceded ancestral land of the Musqueam, Squamish, Sto:lo, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. She has a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, with a focus on fine arts, feminist, queer, and post-colonial theories. As the Camp Director for UBC’s CampOUT! ( she works in collaboration with a diverse spectrum of students, faculty, alumni and communities to support learning, leadership, mentorship and community engagement.

Her work is informed by 20 years of social justice leadership, facilitation, and program development in intergenerational settings spanning multiple sectors and audiences. A lifetime fan of creating safer spaces for learning and dialogue, Anna is dedicated to working with an intersectional approach. Her passion drives community development projects which: strive to embody radical welcome, create space for personal and group development, share tools for building inclusive communities, and spark positive and meaningful social change.

You may also find her hiking in the forest with her Sodapup or reading nerdy science fiction to fuel her imagination. You can reach Anna: