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Gloria Honda

Gloria Honda enjoys the energy and learning that comes from process and teamwork.  Retired from 30+ years of special education and classroom teaching in K-12 classrooms, hospital and residential settings, Gloria’s regional and national consortium work in NC, TX, CA and MN includes counseling, collaborative consulting, curriculum, program planning, supervision, and staff development. She is a lifelong learner networking and serving in racial equity and social justice collaborations. She has served on the YWCA of Minneapolis Facilitator Advisory Board, EJ Community Advisory board, and St. Michael’s Lutheran Church council. Gloria is an active member of the Cultural Agility Collaboration, a women’s study group on Human Centered Design, the Facilitating Racial Equity Collaborative (FREC), 1:1 coaching/mentoring and flat plane wood carving at the American Swedish Institute.

Associated Sessions:
Creating Inclusive, Equitable Spaces: Six Strategies That Work