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Williams, Justin Justin received an associate degree in Math/Biology/Health at Adirondack Community College and tranferred to SUNY Potsdam College to complete a degree in Bio/Chemistry with a concentration in Hepatology, Ecology, Animal Behavior, Dendrology, Botany, and Microbiology. Once he graduated he transferred to University of Southern Mississippi at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory. After moving to Arizona, he worked at Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium and trained and fed the animals as well as did outreach programs and the local news with many different animals such as mountain lions, lizards, snakes, skunks. His passion is to take people on the journey of what characteristics to look for on the plant or animal to help identify it. he enjoys nature and exploring the Sonoran Desert with people who share similar passions; and he says "on top of that I get paid for it!" Instructor Detailed View
Winters, Rose Rose Winters is the CEO of the Foundation for Living Medicine. With extensive nonprofit experience, she was a founding board member several cutting edge organizations, including the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Foundation. She consults with governments, policy leaders, and organizations addressing health and wellness and produced a documentary, Finding Hearts at Peace. Instructor Detailed View
Yasinsky, Roman Roman Yasinsky is a certified sommelier and is an owner/bar manager at Vogue Bistro & Bar in Surprise. Graduate of Thunderbird School of Global Management he partnered with his wife Aurore to open Vogue Bistro in 2008. His passion for wines and beverages inspired him to create a list of original and hugely popular cocktails at Vogue Bistro. Since 2011 he has been teaching classes covering topics from wines to beers. Instructor Detailed View
Zale, Sarah Instructor Sarah Zale is a trained facilitator with www.compassionatelistening.org, as well as Theatre of the Oppressed, Playback, and Restorative Justice. A college teacher of English literature and social justice, she developed The Listening Tree Project (LTP), an academic program with compassionate listening and interactive theatre as its foundational tools. LTP promotes a climate of equality, justice, and respect for all people. A poet, Sarah published her first book, The Art of Folding, about her travels with the Compassionate Listening Project to Israel and Palestine. Semi-retired and living in Sun City West, she runs a dog training program entitled “Compassionate Communication with Your Dog.” Instructor Detailed View