Episode 3: Wellness In The Time of School Chaos: A Roundtable
A conversation about healing and wellness in light of the recent mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York. We host a roundtable with dedicated individuals who joined us to share their wisdom and insight. Collectively, this panel represents almost 150 years of qualified experience in their respected fields of expertise.
Anthony Ceja, Former Real Alternatives Program (RAP) Robert F. Kennedy Fellow and now Senior Manager for the System of Support for the San Diego County Office of Education and Father of 2 children.
Michelle Alvarez-Campos, Former RAP Case Manager and currently, Practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker with La Cultura Cura Youth Program at Instituto Familiar de La Raza (IFR) in San Francisco’s Mission District and also mother of 2.
Jennifer Quevedo, MSW and MS in Psychology, Wellness Practitioner and mother of 2 middle school children.
Cassandra Cole, Program Director of the Early Intervention Program at IFR, who has over 30 years in the field. Cassandra is passionate about helping adults understand the social-emotional, developmental, behavioral and cultural needs of young children and loves working in community settings where you will find children, also a mother of 2.
Jesus Adolfo Piña, English Language Specialist for the Compton Unified School District with 23 years teaching experience in the middle schools, and a father of 2 children.
Moderated by former Real Alternatives Program High School Principal and RAMA Blueprints Podcast Host Socorro Gamboa.