Ezelle is Coordinator of Programs - Africa for The Center for Appreciative Inquiry. She is a coach and community psychologist with substantial experience in collaborating with people towards generating learning organizational cultures. She is passionate about social justice and sustainability.
Sally Beth Shore, MDiv, MS, is an Appreciative Inquiry Facilitator, passionate about finding hidden strengths and creating unprecedented futures. She works with businesses, religious institutions, and community groups, and is currently enrolled in CAI's Train the Trainer program.
Evodia began in the Nutrition field then continued to Public Health with majoring in Behavioral Science and Health Education. She achieved her masters degree in Quality Improvement in Health Care from Newcastle University, Australia.
John is skilled and experienced in the innovation development process and strengths-based change management (Appreciative Inquiry). He holds an M.A in design thinking, is a certified appreciative inquiry facilitator and has experience with the StoryBrand marketing framework.
Kay Weiss is a community college administrator and has extensive experience in professional and organizational development. In addition to teaching, Kay has served as a division dean, department chair, committee chair, and Standard Chair for Accreditation.
The paradigm of Appreciative Inquiry informs my style of being and working. I believe that people develop when they focus on their strengths and what makes them most alive. I believe in peoples’ innate ability to be resourceful and creative and whole.