Joseph C. Glennon – Creating a World Rich In Meaning By Building Connections.

August 31st, 2014  |  Published in Conflict & Trauma, Mentoring, Ron Hering Award

Joseph C. GlennonPersonal Mission:

I create a world rich in meaning by building connections.

Action in the World:

Joe has been teaching weekly classes in Non-Violent Communication (also called Compassionate Communication) throughout San Diego and Orange Counties for the past two years. Each class is a 13-week study of the work of Marshall Rosenberg, using his textbook, Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. He does this on a money-losing basis as a give-back to the community. Joe presented a one-day NVC workshop at the lodge attended by members of the public as well as MKP. He donated the contributions to the community. In 2013 he taught NVC at Cherokee Point Elementary School in San Diego. He volunteers at River Valley Charter School, using his computer engineering skills to help members of the Robotics Club learn how to use their computers for practical, productive purposes, contributing more than 100 hours last year. He is advising again this year.

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