Alanna Hartzok is an educator, activist, and lecturer in the areas of economic justice, land rights, and land-value tax reform. She is co-director of Earth Rights Institute; General Secretary for the International Union for Land Value Taxation; Global Outreach Coordinator for the Robert Schalkenback Foundation; and a member of the Advisory Council for the Prout Research Institute of Venezuela.
Under contract with the UN HABITAT’s Global Land Tool Network she developed an online course and training program that now has over 900 people enrolled from 95 countries. The website is here: www.course.earthrights.net
Her book The Earth Belongs to Everyone (2008) received the Radical Middle Book Award. In 2011 she received the International Earth Day Award from the Earth Society Foundation. That same year she was a candidate for Congress in the Ninth District of Pennsylvania.
Hartzok also maintains a small private practice as a psycho-spiritual counselor and enjoys her ecological homestead in south-central Pennsylvania.