Topic: The possibilities of education being the foremost tool in co-creating positive and sustainable change within the lives of children, parents, and educators.
When: February 28, 2017 at 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 pm EST / 7:00 pm UK (Other time zones)
Brooke Wheeldon-Reece, MBA
Brooke is the President/CEO of The Cypress Initiative, Inc. - a 3 Principles based non-profit organization. She is the co-author of the S.P.A.R.K. (Speaking to the Promise, Ability and Resilience inside Kids) Mentoring Curriculum which is currently being taught to over 1,000 children in Tampa and around the world. Prior to her work with The Cypress Initiative, she was a national trainer for the Mendez Foundation’s nationally recognized Too Good for Drugs and Violence prevention programs.
She also spent time as a business consultant and curriculum developer for Verizon and Learning.com. Brooke knew she found her home with The Cypress Initiative after watching her husband come out of a deep depression with seemingly little effort. She now dedicates her work to creating sustainable change throughout all populations via mentoring, coaching and teaching the 3 principles.
Brooke lives in Florida with her husband Will and their two daughters Jayda (11) and Gabriella (7).
Helena Roth, validation engineer and project manager within the Pharmaceutical industry turned change agent and professional coach. Runs her own consultancy firm since 2007. Helena is Swedish and lives in Malmö, in the southern part of Sweden. Helena was introduced to the 3Ps when undertaking Supercoach Academy 2014, and came into contact with CSC during this time.A mother of two, she became very involved in the Swedish school debate when she was elected chairwoman of the local parent's association of the schools the children were attending. Helena immersed herself in the possibilities of education, seeing it as the foremost tool for co-creating society, and believing we can do better than the current state of affairs.
As a result of this interest in the power and possibility of education and learning, Helena was one of the initiators of the Swedish movement #skolvåren (translates in English into #SchoolSpring) that was born on Twitter in February 2013.