Program Alumnae Incorporating the Values and Traditions of Coast Salish Peoples in Leading Change

Program alumnae, Dr. Shana Hormann, Associate Dean of Students at Antioch University Seattle, has begun teaching reflective practice for the First Peoples’ Program in Creative Change, a partnership program between the University and the Muckleshoot Tribal College.   In particular, Dr. Hormann recently facilitated inspirational symposium presentations from students that showcased three important community-based sustainability projects providing food, clothing and emergency services for the homeless; developing a beautiful and functional rain garden; and creating a community garden based on permaculture studies.

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http://www.antiochseattle.edu/academics/ma-programs-in-leadership-change/

 

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