Elan Leibner has been involved in anthroposophy and Waldorf education since 1988. He has been a class teacher for 22 of those years, and has taught in foundation programs and teacher seminars, lectured widely, and served as editor of (and contributor to) the Research Bulletin for Waldorf Education. A collection of his essays for the Bulletin appeared in book form last year. He has also been a member (since 2007) and chair(since2012) of the Pedagogical Section Council of North America.
Since October 2021, he has been living full-time in an RV with his wife and two dogs, traveling the country in search of natural beauty and in support of Waldorf educators wherever they are found.