I started working with children in 1998 when I developed my Peace Enforcement Self Esteem Improvement Curriculum and started a non-profit. Through that I taught classes in Elementary Schools and ran groups for kids after school. A short time after I was asked to provide workshops for parents, too. One of the amazing things about those workshops and using the same curriculum was that we – kids, me and parents – were all using the same language.
During that time I started presenting to Head Start and Early Head Start conferences and organizations providing management, leadership and staff trainings all over the United States. I’ve had the pleasure of presenting all across the U.S., including Alaska.
I really enjoy supporting people and organizations that support children. I get to be part of helping to make the world a better place, plus, children are amazing!
Here’s what they’re saying:
Site Supervisor / Yakama Nation Head Start
Conference Attendee / SSAEYC Regional Tapestry Conference
Oglala Sioux Tribe Child Care / Learning Center Coordinator