The Privilege of Curiosity: Dr. Perry is the Principal of the Neurosequential Network, Senior Fellow of The ChildTrauma Academy and a Professor (Adjunct) in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago and more... Over the last thirty years, Dr. Perry has been an active teacher, clinician and researcher in children’s mental health and the neurosciences holding a variety of academic positions. His work on the impact of abuse, neglect and trauma on the developing brain has impacted clinical practice, programs and policy across the world.
Letia Frandina is a founder and Board member of the Downtown Denver Expeditionary School in 2011 and currently the Executive Director. She earned her doctorate in communication studies from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her research and professional background is invested in inclusive community building and public spaces. She ran a start-up community space and business for families, Little Closets, featured in New York Magazine, before returning to her home state of Colorado. She is a first generation college graduate of Colorado State University, an adjunct professor, and a graduate of the 2015 Downtown Denver Partnership Leadership class. She believes in student-centered, community-focused education for all four of her children.
Robert “Bucky” Flores, is the current coordinator of Launching Emerging Adults Program (LEAP). Raised in a multicultural home with diverse childhood and adult experiences, Bucky, can be described as a connector with an observational and analytic approach to collaborative planning and problem solving. Robert “Bucky” Flores, is the current coordinator of Launching Emerging Adults Program (LEAP). Raised in a multicultural home with diverse childhood and adult experiences, Bucky, can be described as a connector with an observational and analytic approach to collaborative planning and problem solving.
Join us for as we spend time reflecting on some of our big takeaways from the previous four episodes.
Dr. Adrienne Kennedy is an educational consultant where she collaborates with school and system leaders across the country to promote whole child development. She has over 15 years of experience working with, educators, administrators, children, parents, and caregivers.
Stevie L. McBride, LMFT, a Trauma Informed Consultant in The Guidance Center’s It’s T.I.M.E. (Trauma Informed Movement in Education) Program, where he helps guide teachers and school administration understand the impact of trauma with our youth. He is especially passionate about collaborating with teacher and school administration and discovering key strategies to help them build healthy relationships with each other and most importantly the students.
Madelyn Albright is an Interior Architect with Sasaki Associations in Boston, MA. She is a graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design where her thesis was titled, Ending Disciplinary Architecture in America’s public Schools. Madelyn strives to rethink and enhance learning environments through design. She is deeply committed to reimagining the future of education to be representative of the true depth and breadth of 21st century learners and to use design as a tool for social change. Here is Education Suspended with Madelyn Albright.
Michelle Auerbach is a consultant and writer who works on innovation, organizational change, creativity, and leadership development, and diversity and inclusion through the technology of story. Her PhD dissertation is centered on story as a trauma sensitive change technology for individuals, organizations, schools, and communities.