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Zoë Flowers
Special Projects Analyst


This is a headshot of Zoë | Zoë Flowers is an author, filmmaker and social justice healer whose poetry and essays can be found in several anthologies, journals, and her new poetry book In Praise of The Wytch. In 2004, Zoë interviewed survivors of domestic and sexual violence. From Ashes to Angel’s Dust: A Journey Through Womanhood is the book that emerged from those interviews.

In 2021, Zoë  launched Soul Requirements, Inc. a healing centered consulting company that combines her artistic endeavors, 20 years of domestic/sexual violence expertise and holistic healing practices.

As an Educator, she’s appeared in numerous articles and online publications, appeared in National Public Radio, and spoken at over 200 conferences on issues related to ritual healing, the arts, and gender-based violence.

As a Healer, she facilitates individual and group healing sessions, retreats, and workshops from New York to Ecuador. Her contributions to survivors of domestic and sexual violence can be found in Traumatology, 23(2), 143-152.

As an artist, Zoë creates films, theatrical productions and books that invite audiences to explore social issues, healing, and spirituality in non-confrontational spaces. Her work has been presented at Yale University, Smith College, and Brown University as well as numerous conferences, theaters, and community-based organizations.