This Week we talk with Kim Nolan, organizational change leader, Vermonter, educator, student and feet first traveler.
Kim is a modern day renaissance woman, a regular “Jane of all trades”… literally. She has worked with Wall Street partners when securitizing commercial mortgages, with case managers and therapists when directing a community based mental health program, with undergrad students when chairing a transpersonal psychology department and graduate students when overseeing a masters program in mindfulness studies. She has worked with well-known leaders when designing an academy for contemplative and ethical leadership at a think tank, and worked with farmers and a union workers when helping to lead one of the largest food co-ops in the United States. Kim is an appointed commissioner in the state of Vermont, a lifelong advocate for human rights, and an ordained Buddhist chaplain.
This week we talk with Sandra Villarroel, activist, photographer, immigrant, community member and action taker.
This week we talk with David Bates, radiologist, wrestler, photographer, father, husband and brother.
This week we talk with Adam Lobel, philosopher, teacher, learner, husband and father.
Season 2 of We Make The Road by Walking is launching this Tuesday May 5th! Join us at 11:30 am for a live stream to kick off the season at our Instagram Page @COBHSPGH
We Make the Road by Walking is a project of City of Bridges High School and our school year begins on September 3rd. We are taking a couple of weeks off, but will be back soon with more paths and youth voices.
This week we talk with Kristin Klingensmith, educator and lover of teaching words and numbers.
This week we talk with Zena Ruiz, Arts in Context Manager at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Artist, Parent and Creative Collaborator.
This week we talk with Fitzhugh Shaw, Food Justice Activist, Scholar, Artist, Buddhist Teacher, Husband, Father and community member.
This week we talk with Jeffrey Dorsey, Executive Director at The Union Project, Artist, Community Member, Father and non-profit leader.