Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah

Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah

yazozaanoonah@yahoo.com Dr. Yasmin Abou Zaanoonah is a dentist by profession, an UNCTAD Certified Master Entrepreneurship Facilitator, certified life coach, owns two businesses and is the mother of four fabulous children who inspire her to grow, explore and learn every day. While working to grow the family business since 2006, starting her own business in 2014, […]

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Will Sibert

Will Sibert

will.sibert@gmail.com Will Sibert has worked internationally for the past 30 years working to address the needs of the most vulnerable in the areas of AIDS, displaced people, natural disasters, education, leadership training, and large scale information systems. Since retiring formally, he now focuses on designing and building large scale educational systems intended to address global […]

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Jesica Radaelli-Nida

Jesica Radaelli-Nida

jradaelli@unm.edu Jesica resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has spent over 30 years in the field of early childhood education New Mexico; from classroom teaching to coaching and consultation.  Jesica graduated from the University of New Mexico with a degree in Communication in 1999, and masters in Special Education in 2004. She has interest in […]

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Tim Harlan-Marks

Tim Harlan-Marks

tim.harlan-marks@sierraclub.org Tim trains youth and adult leaders on organizing, movement building, power, privilege and oppression. He does this work with Sierra Club, East Point Peace Academy, STAND and Momentum. Tim’s work has been changed profoundly by learning and applying the tools of Dialogue Education. They have provided a framework for putting his values of equity […]

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Creating the System: We Make the Road by Walking

I have the honor of working with Matthew Norman from Barcelona, Spain – a colleague and Certified Dialogue Education Practitioner (CDEP). He is teaching pastors in his church community how to use Dialogue Education in designing and delivering sermons. This is important work! Part of the content for the course is about the system we […]

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Getting People Talking When Working in Rural Africa

Every teaching or meeting situation is unique and offers its own challenges. I work in rural Africa and have found the follow seven tools especially helpful for engaging community members. Use appreciative inquiry. In every community some things have worked well. It is therefore important for facilitators to appreciate and build on what is already […]

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