Lilia Letsch began working with Movement Media in 2018. She works in communications as a means of promoting a healthier and more sustainable dynamic between humans, plants, and the other animals we coexist with. Lilia has worked professionally in the field of communications over the last two decades, supporting direct action organizing as well as advocacy work for a variety of environmental and wildlife conservation non-profits.
In her role as Program Manager she supports public relations for Dr. Bronner’s and focuses on strategic planning and implementation of a variety of communications and media relations efforts and programs. Among her responsibilities is managing the company’s mutual aid and crisis response product donation program as well as facilitation of Dr. Bronner’s animal advocacy partnerships and its international giving through the All-One International Initiative.
Lilia earned her bachelor’s degree in Aboriginal Studies at the University of Tasmania, and pursued graduate studies in Cultural Landscapes at Deakin University (Australia). She is a student of the textile arts, with a particular passion for spinning, weaving, and growing plant fibers and dyes in her garden. Originally from Tasmania, Australia, she has lived in Oregon since 2013, where she enjoys hiking and foraging in the Siskiyou and Cascade Mountains.