Abra Derbis
Administrative Director

Abra grew up in northern Minnesota on the shores of Lake Superior. She spent her childhood days being immersed in the natural world. She studied communications at the University of Minnesota-Duluth which eventually led to her desire to see the world and gain a deeper sense of humanity. Through these travels she settled in Southeast Alaska where she embarked on a career in business management with Avis Rent-A-Car. She received numerous awards within the company for her innovative marketing, networking and management which garnered the most successful enterprise within Avis Alaska’s locations. While in Alaska, she met her husband and started a family.  After nearly a decade with Avis and living in a vibrant Alaska community, Abra decided to redirect her life. She left Avis in order to spend time with her children and the family made the move to the Olympic Peninsula 5 years ago. Abra has four children enrolled at Sunfield. She is committed to working with the mission and vision of the organization deepening her relationship with Anthroposophy. Abra and her family love spending time together and enjoy cooking, surfing, camping, hiking and skiing. She is overjoyed to be a part of the Sunfield community in multiple ways.



Janine Anderson

Financial Coordinator 

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Laura (Lb) Rust

Office Manager

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Cyrstal Eisele

Administrative Assistant






Crystal brings a deep love of creative learning environments, joining us from the world of theatre. She has been a teaching artist and professional actor for over 2 decades. In Denver, she played roles from the Angel in Angels in America to Prospero in a Bunraku puppet production of The Tempest. She is a founding member of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s touring company, performing and teaching themed workshops focused on school violence prevention. She moved  to Washington two years ago, to a sailboat (with her partner, 3yo and 5 yo). Now back on land, she and her family are building a tiny house. Keep an eye out on the Key City Public Theatre stage, where she loves to perform locally.


George Reycraft

Farm Manager

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Ezra Sullivan

Farm Manager

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Ezra grew up in Los Angeles, California. Being in the heart of a diverse and creative city was truly a strange and confusing experience for him. Emotionally shut down and isolated, Ezra, took off after high school to South America to continue his studies in martial arts. On the first day of his travels, he discovered and decided to pursue meditation and farming. Many, many, many adventures followed. Ezra lived in South America for three years, traveling to various countries farming, learning and observing with mostly indigenous people, and sometimes in intact village settings. There, Ezra, witnessed the peasant wisdom, the salt of the Earth.

Ezra eventually felt the call back to his folk soul. Jumping around from the Sierra Nevada fruit orchards, the berry and vegetable fields by the Rogue River in Southern Oregon, to an intentional community in the Siskiyou Mountains where he started his own farm businesses, and the Possibility Alliance in the rolling prairies of Missouri. Now, he is growing some roots here, in Chimacum, by purchasing raw land up on the ridge with his friend Chris Reynolds. He is homesteading and living with his fiance, Summer Lynn Sondey, and consciously developing their land with the help of some animal friends.

So many different elements, people, rituals and practices have shown up in Ezra’s life. It is a healing journey.