Tamara Pearl is a Therapist, Expressive Arts Therapist, Facilitator of cross-cultural dialogue, and an Adjunct Instructor at Adler University. She has served as Vice President of the Daniel Pearl Foundation since its formation in 2002. She was honored to be Community Engagement Lead at Reconciliation Canada in the year leading up to the Walk for Reconciliation, where she co-facilitated Dialogue Workshops to catalyze a new way forward in the relationships between Aboriginal peoples and other Canadians. She served as a Director on the board of Peace it Together, which brings together Israeli and Palestinian youth to dialogue and make films together. She received her BA from UC Berkeley in Applied Math, and her MA from Antioch University in Psychology and she is currently pursuing a PhD in Education at Simon Fraser University.
The Laurier Institution’s Annual General Meeting will be taking place on Monday, November 13 @ 4:30 – 5:30 PM PST via Zoom. We have a number of updates to share, including an exciting multi-year project that the Laurier Institution has recently joined in with Fulbright Canada.