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Finding Our Voice: Articulating Waldorf Education in the 21st Century

Pre- and Mid-conference interactive workshop with:
John Bloom, General Secretary, Anthroposophical Society - United States, and Vice President, Organizational Culture, RSF Social Finance
Beverly Amico, Executive Director, Advancement, AWSNA
Stephanie Rynas, Executive Director, Operations & Member Resources, AWSNA
Laura Scappaticci, Executive Director, Programs, Anthroposophical Society of America
John Bloom
Laura Scappaticci
Are you regularly faced with the challenge of representing Waldorf education and anthroposophy to prospective and current parents, the wider public, or to the media in a way that is contemporary, accessible, authentic, and void of jargon?

This interactive workshop will provide participants with opportunities for honest reflection, appreciative inquiry, individual practice and skill development aimed at supporting both internal and external communications.  Together we explore such questions as what is Waldorf education, what is Anthroposophy, and we will wrestle with attendee inquiries related to areas in the curriculum or culture that often appear as communication stumbling blocks. 

Depending on the make-up of the group, and if time allows, we will also review effective practices relating to media response to prepare you for Waldorf100!

Sponsored by the Council for Anthroposophical Organizations: Bringing anthroposophical groups together to build sustainability, visibility, and community.

Monday - Wednesday, June 24-26, 2019 (6.5 hours total)
Monday: 1:30 - 5:00 pm (3.5 hours)
Tuesday and Wednesday: 4:00 - 5:30 pm, during special interests (1.5 hours each day)
Cost: $75.00