12 December 2017
5 December 2017
Laurie Marshall has been on the cutting edge of peace building through art for 35 years. She’s worked in underserved urban and rural areas, teaching collaborative skills and making large visions of success in youth-led projects. A certified K-12 art and social studies teacher, she is a lead artist with Create Peace Project, http://www.CreatePeaceProject.org and a teacher trainer. http://www.laurie-marshall.com. She also empowers youth around the country to transform mistreatment and bullying with Community Matters, a nationally recognized evidence-based program. http://www.community-matters.org She believes that creativity and community are unstoppable, founding the Singing Tree Project. This collaborative mural project draws inspiration from the mutualism of trees and the importance of every voice to solve the enormous problems we’re facing. http://www.unitythroughcreativity.net/programs/singing-tree-forest/
Sarajevo Singing Tree: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6nSK2TU9bA&t=2s
Student-Made Redwood Singing Tree of Diversity:
Create Peace Project Mural in San Francisco:
Student-Made Video on the Water Willow Singing Tree
28 November 2017
Rotary updates and review of Areas of Focus, Avenues of Service and more.
21 November 2017
14 November 2017
Rev. Deborah Moldow
7 November 2017
Shabnam Fasa, Santa Monica Youth Orchestra
31 October 2017
Salvador Rico, Rotarian
Anti-human trafficking and river clean up
24 October 2017
Past Rotary International President, Cliff Dochterman
17 October 2017
Ted Adams, Peace Corps
10 October 2017
Youth For Human Rights by the Youth Coordinator or the Director of the Program
Debbie Cregan of Santa Barbara, CA is the Program Coordinator for Youth For Human Rights International in the Santa Barbara and Ventura area. Long involved in local non-profit work, Debbie became coordinator for Youth For Human Rights since 2013 and now organizes volunteers to bring human rights education to children in this area and beyond. Recently appointed to the Board of the United Nations Association Santa Barbara chapter, Debbie has worked to increase awareness of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights with a presentation of the award-winning film “The Story of Human Rights,” shown on UN International Day of Peace. Debbie also serves as Director of Community Affairs for the Church of Scientology of Santa Barbara.
Barbara Gaughen-Muller speaks:
This week let’s welcome our Rotarian sister and co-founder of the E-club of World Peace: Barbara Gaughen-Muller (http://www.revolutionaryconversations.net/blog/blogger/bgmuller.html ). Barbara will share about “Passion for Peace begins with Rotary”. Barbara is also the President of the Santa Barbara & Tri-Counties U.N Association USA.
Founder of Gaughen Global Public Relations, an author, a business leader and a public speaker. B.A. from San Diego State University and Masters work in Organizational Behavior from the University of California, Santa Barbara and San Diego State University. Radio show host, Inspiring Conversations with business, educational and spiritual leaders, broadcasts worldwide from the Radio for Peace International in Costa Rica. President of the United NationAssociation, Santa Barbara Tri-County chapter; and the past president of the Book Publicists of Southern California. www.unasb.org ; Global public relations consultant, author, speaker and columnist for Going Organic Magazine; SEE (Surgical Eye Expeditions) International Board of Directors. Good Morning World daily email www.goodmorningworld.org ; Barbara’s late husband, Dr. Robert Muller and she wrote 7500 Ideas and Dreams for Peace and a Better World which is shared in a FREE daily email to subscribers in 5 languages world wide.
Co-Author, Revolutionary Conversations, The Tools You Need for the Success You Wantintroduces not just a concept but a new way of communicating: the S.H.A.R.E.™ Tools
Writer/Producer ARTHUR KANEGIS is President and founder of One Films, LLC, a motion picture development and production company dedicated to producing uplifting entertainment that makes a difference. He also founded Future WAVE, a non-profit organization that aims to shift our culture of violence to a culture of peace. He owns all rights to Garry Davis story. Just One! is a labor of love for Kanegis, who has spent seven years researching and developing the Garry Davis Story, including taping extensive interviews in France, Germany and the US not only with Garry, but also with Esther Peter-Davis, Ginia Davis and others who shared in the adventures.His production/writing credits include:
November 1, 2016 our on-line meeting speaker was Douglas Gillies. Please visit http://www.douglasgillies.com and enjoy his documentary on the state of our planet “On the Edge”
October 25, 2016 on line meeting with Steve Goldsmith, Rotarian, Mediators Beyond Borders
October 18,2016 on line meeting with Brigitte Perreault, Perreault Magazine, Activist
October 11, 2016 on line meeting with Rudy Westervelt, Immediate Past District Governor of Rotary District 5330. CEO of Power in Learning, a company that helps companies and individuals achieve success.
October 4, 2016 on line meeting with Stephen Dinan, CEO of the Shift Network. If you open your mind could you connect with someone of opposite beliefs? That is where we gain the synergy needed for major success.
September 27, 2016 on line with Charles Allen, Peace Fellow, Member of Victoria Police
September 20, 2016 on line with Toan Lam, CEO Go Inspire Go, Rotarian, Inspirational Speaker
September 13, 2016 On line meeting with Marilyn Tam. Rotarian, Humanitarian, CEO
Put Actions Behind Solutions to Create Peace in the World!
September 6, 2016 On Line meeting with Nyron McLean, Rotarian, Humanitarian, CEO of H3Missions. What is happening in Haiti since the earthquake and what has Rotary done and what is left to do?
August 30, 2016 On line meeting with Opal Singleton, CEO of Million Kids. Opal is a leading expert in the war against human trafficking.
August 23, 2016 On Line Meeting with Joyce Wycoff. explains Gratitude Miracles Journal.
August 16, 2016 On Line Meeting with Sean Chumbley. He is a teacher at Chula Vista Elementary School District and with his wife, Shelley, a founder of Interactions for Peace. Sean is the Director of Training and developed the Restorative Practices component. He presented this component at the International Restorative Practice Conference in England. He created and implemented a three day conference in San Diego, Developing a Restorative Mind Set.
August 9, 2016 On Line Meeting with Douglas E Noll, JD,MA. Doug presents his work and tonight’s topic is “What Murderers Teach Peacemakers”. Doug is a mediator, problem solver, author, speaker and teacher. He is called to solve tough, intractable and complex problems. Doug is nationally and internationally recognized as a mediator and peacemaker, and was honored as California Attorney of the year in 2012.
August 2, 2016 On line meeting with Rotarian Sig Wathne. Sig survived many things in his life, including the Nazi occupation of Norway. He has an interesting story on making a radio on a toilet paper roll to hear what was happening outside of Norway during the war.
July 26, 2016 On Line Meeting with Dr Henry Oster, Holocaust Survivor leads a discussion on how to avoid the repeat of events from WWII. He has dedicated his life to informing others, lest we forget. See Henry at the Museum of Tolerance.
July 19, 2016 On Line Meeting with Mark Fowler – Creating Peace in the Workplace (Converting Drama and Discontent to Energy, Accomplishment and Satisfaction)
Mark is President of Stowe Management Corporation, Co-CEO of Revolutionary Conversations,LLC http://www.revolutionaryconversations.net/
July 12, 2016 On Line Meeting with Barbara Gaughen-Muller, President of the Santa Barbara Chapter of the UNA-USA and Co-CEO of Revolutionary Conversations.
July 5, 2016
June 28, 2016 – On-line Meeting
June 21, 2016 – First Meeting