Anna Grace Keller

Crisis Response Instructor
Community-Based Health Planning Facilitator

A. Grace Keller has extensive experience mobilizing communities to meet the challenges of natural, industrial, and social disasters. She has a strong interest in how lay health workers address complex social situations and remembered violence using what is always already at hand in their lives and landscapes. Ms. Keller lives in eastern Kentucky.


  1. Encourage informed self-care, independent living, recovery, harm reduction, and community accountability.
  2. Directly aid neighbors when their pursuit of dignified health is impeded by antiblack racism, inhospitality to migrants, extreme materialism, or militarism.
  3. Strengthen families; act on the priorities of women and girls.
  4. Build community and workplace capacity and power.
  5. Celebrate measurable, palpable improvement in community and occupational health.

Recent updates

SARS-CoV-2 links (blog) 21 Apr 2020 22:03
Unremarkable deaths of social distancing (blog) 08 Apr 2020 16:26
Teaching mental health (blog) 09 Feb 2019 21:22
Peer Recovery Supports Training (blog) 20 Oct 2017 03:49
On affinity group medic trainings (blog) 27 Feb 2017 21:20

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