Margaret Bean

Margaret Bean

margspiel@gmail.com Margaret has designed and taught in the U.S., Brazil, France, Russia, Cameroon, Papua New Guinea, Canada, the Philippines, Bangladesh, New Caledonia, and India. She has facilitated dialogue education in remote villages, in corporate settings and as asynchronous online courses. She designed and taught two graduate school courses in the U.S. and in France. She […]

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Drew Boa

Drew Boa

drewjustatelunch@gmail.com Drew Boa works at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA. He is in the process of publishing a curriculum for youth about sexual health and wellness, which he began designing while taking “Advanced Learning Design” with Global Learning Partners. He loves Dialogue Education and is a daily practitioner!

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J. Mark Bowers

jmarkbowers@gmail.com J. Mark Bowers writes and trains for the Chalmers Center, a church equipping organization focused on breaking the spiritual, social, and material bonds of poverty. Having lived and journeyed extensively in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, he is also the creator of Profit & Pilgrimage, a movement of people who travel and invest with […]

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Susan Britt

Susan Britt

Susan.britt@aspca.org In my role as Senior Director of Shelter Training for the ASPCA, I oversee curriculum design and delivery of ASPCA Meet Your Match® adoption program workshops – including Meet the Adopters, Canine-ality and Feline-ality; SAFER Certification courses; and a variety of e-Learning courses on shelter operations topics.  I supervise a qualified team of ASPCA […]

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William Brown

William Brown

wbrown@bcrj.org I was born and raised in Atlantic City, NJ, graduating from Atlantic City High School. I served in the US Naval Reserve and retired from the United States Air Force on January 1, 1994. I returned to New Mexico in December 1994 for nine (9) years, first, as a Juvenile Probation and Parole Officer […]

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Beth Clark

Beth Clark

I was born in Suwon, South Korea, and was adopted at seven months old. I grew up with three older brothers. Twenty years later, my parents had room in their hearts to adopt two more children from Asia, for a total of six children in my family. I grew up in a small town outside […]

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