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Becoming an Activist

Activism is much more than marching and protesting in the streets. Making the change you want to see in the world means finding the perfect match between your gifts and the needs of the world.

Join us for a workshop focused on finding your personal activism path. Using activities, exercises, and feedback you will

-      Find your passion for activism.

-      Identify the skills and knowledge you have for making change.

-      Understand your motivation and how it affects your activism.

-      Find activism that makes an impact on your cause.

 

Terri Lyon, facilitator, earned her Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. A licensed Psychologist, she is a Contributing Faculty member at Walden University, where she teaches in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology M.S. and Ph.D. programs. Her career experiences range from government survey researcher to training manager at a Fortune 500 company. She has presented her work at academic, psychology, apprenticeship, and business conferences. She is treasurer of a federal credit union and a professional arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau.

 

Animal, environmental, and consumer activism are her focus.


Questions? Contact Kathie Shiba, kathie.shiba@gmail.com, 865.387.7681

Earlier Event: April 29
Upstander Training