Leila Vaughan
Peace Advocacy Network

Peace Advocacy Network promotes a peaceful existence through veganism, social justice, and respect for the Earth's inhabitants and resources. Peace Advocacy Network (PAN), founded in 2010, is a grassroots group completely run by volunteers. PAN strives for the absence of violence in the lives of animals' human and non-human alike.

Presented for Vegstock 2015:

Expanding Your Impact - A Focused Approach to Helping People Go Vegan
Remembering the challenges of being new to veganism and being compassionate about the journey even though we all know veganism is easy compared to what the animals endure. Social aspects of veganism, why providing a social safety net for new vegans is especially important, potlucks as activism. The importance of a foundation in ethics, even while welcoming people who come from an environmental or human health perspective. How to put it all together as a program, whether joining PAN and establishing a local PAN vegan pledge program or setting up an independent vegan pledge program.

Raising Vegan Children (panel discussion)

Leila spoke at La Bottega at 508 North High Street, Millville NJ 08332 for Vegstock 2015.