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Saturday, September 10 • 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Community Solutions Session #2 / Tribal Convergence with Jamaica Stevens

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Co-create localized solutions with people from all walks of life - be inpired by Jamaica Stevens, Founder and Creative director of Tribal Convergence; Melanie St. James of Empowerment Works; Joseph Jacques of CAST, along with facilitators Deborah Dove and Sheri Herndon. 

This session will offer valuable proccesses and tools to both support your existing social and / or business endeavors, as well as inspire new creative solutions and remind you of the talents and resources in your community.

Designed to support community action from exploration to implementation planning, the Solution Session Track hosts 4 mutually-supportive sub-sessions: Friday A (break) B, Saturday A (break) B. While Saturday builds upon Friday actitities, it is made to be enjoyed independently, no previous experience or participation is needed.


http://tribalconvergence.com/

Speakers
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Joseph Jacques

My name is Joseph J. Jacques Social Architect and Gratitude life-style coach for culture.  My life's purpose has been to provide a platform/stage for humanity to gather and see itself in profound ways.  My main organization:  CAST "Conscious Action Starts Today" is my Master Context... Read More →
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Melanie St.James

Chief Inspiration Officer / Executive Director, Empowerment Works
Melanie's life long quest to co-create a more sustainable future started in China in 1994. Soon after, through experiences with indigenous social entrepreneurs across Sub-saharan Africa came a passion to defend human dignity, and shift the global development paradigm towards whole-system... Read More →
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Jamaica Stevens

Tribal Convergence Network
Jamaica Stevens, author and project manager for “ReInhabiting the Village: CoCreating our Future” focusing on urban and rural community village projects that foster inter-cultural cooperation and sharing collective intelligence to co-create solutions that benefit all. She is also... Read More →



Saturday September 10, 2011 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Kane Hall Room 225 University of Washington, Seattle

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