Professionally, my skills are in watershed restoration, fish and wildlife habitat, sustainable forestry, and environmental job creation. I have been involved in the WTR since 2003, and a member of a self-facilitated WTR men’s group since 2007. I hold a master’s degree in Transformative Leadership and a PhD in Transformative Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. My dissertation in on the lived-life benefits men experience from the WTR, with a focus in consciousness studies. I have facilitated WTR practices and activities locally as part of ceremonies and celebrations and looking froward to doing more.
Audiences I work with
I am interested in getting more men into the WTR, but also work with youth, in academics, and mixed gender groups; the more the merrier.
Experience facilitating other events & workshops
What year did you begin facilitating the Work That Reconnects?
I held a weekly open space for doing the WTR for 6 months in 2012; co-facilitated in our on-going WTR men's group 2007 to present; presented WTR activities at numerous gatherings such as solstice/equinoxes, New Year celebrations, and Earth Day. I have also brought WTR practices into academic settings as an introduction to the Spiral and to the WTR in general.