Karen Neiswender

Karen has been cultivating the practice of Dialogue Education principles over the course of her career. From a rocky start (think thrown to the wolves) at facilitating learning as a community health nurse, Karen has been keen to learn from others and put into practice new strategies to enhance mutual learning and growth. She has […]

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Giselle Espinoza

Giselle is an enthusiastic leader, experienced as Senior Manager & Regional Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working over 20 years in the non-profit organization management industry. Skilled in knowledge & learning methodologies, project and program evaluation, and design, training & facilitation.  As a leadership & international development professional, she is passionate about contributing to […]

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Adele Halliday

Adele Halliday is the Anti-Racism and Equity Lead staff at the national office of The United Church of Canada. An experienced anti-racism educator, workshop leader, and award-winning writer, Adele has been involved in anti-racism and anti-oppression work with churches in Canada and beyond for many years. As a senior leader in the United Church, she is […]

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Kamille Krahwinkel

Kamille currently works for Compassion International after working with many Christian non-profit organizations in the developing world and internationally. She has worked in education and program development in Mali, Niger, China, Haiti, and France. Kamille attended the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce where she earned a Master of Arts in International Development with a minor […]

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Bethany Ahlenius

Bethany is based in Brooklyn, New York and has worked with NGOs and community-based organizations serving women, children, and migrant communities in the U.S. and Latin America. As a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) professional, she uses a learning centered approach to facilitate learning needs assessments and evaluations. Bethany loves working with mission-driven organizations to create […]

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Fariya Mohiuddin

Fariya joined the International Budget Partnership as a Senior Program Officer, Tax Equity in 2019. In her role, she has been leading her initiative’s regional and global work as well as providing strategic support to Tax Equity’s in-country work. Prior to joining IBP, Fariya was the Strategic Programs Researcher at the Tax Justice Network where she […]

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Shawna Snow

Shawna Snow is a Professional Development Specialist living in Long Beach, California. She’s recently relocated back to California after living and working in The Netherlands for 18 years. She learned the Dialogue Education method while getting her Master’s in the early 2000’s and marked it as the keystone learning that became the foundation of all […]

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Khaleel Ali Alamareen

Khalil holds a bachelor’s degree in business management. Presently, he is the Executive Director of Al-Qreiqa and Finan’s municipality after finishing a six-year term as Mayor there. Khalil has a strong work ethic, is knowledgeable, and has outstanding communication skills. He served as the Qreiqa Youth Center’s Director for four years on a part-time basis. […]

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Cindy Stover

Cindy Stover serves as the Canadian Justice Mobilizer for the Christian Reformed Church in North America. In this role, she supports Canadian churches and communities through learning experiences, relationship building, and resource development with a concentration on advocacy, Indigenous justice, climate care, and refugee justice. Becoming learner-centered has been a crucial paradigm shift for this […]

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Ledia Munir Nimri

Ledia is an urban planner who strongly believes in the human rights-based approach. She is an advocate for local communities, and a program lead skilled in project management, planning, and budging. Ledia has worked in the development sector for over than 10 years in a number of programs, and closely with communities large and small […]

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