Who We Are

Clicking on a name will bring you to his or her biographical information.

Staff

Rachael Kessler
Laura Weaver
Eileen Joseph
Ann Whitehill
Lindsay Sworski

Founder and Executive Director
Assistant Director for Programs
Development Director
Development Associate & Office Manager
Administrative Assistant

Board of Directors

Jamie Harrison
Jeff Grossberg
Shawna Friedman
Marcia Swain
Gordon Dveirin
Ivan Duran
Rachael Kessler
Marlena Long

President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary

Advisory Board

Angeles Arrien
Sandy Astin

Joan Borysenko
Peter Cobb
Dee Dickenson
Maurice Elias
Julie Glover
Mark T. Greenberg
Tobin Hart
Mutima Imani
Janice Jackson

Susan Keister
Linda Lantieri
Michael Lerner
Thomas Likona
Ron Miller
Pamela Seigle
Cliff Shaffran

Dan Spinner
John Steiner
Peggy Taylor
Roger Weissberg

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Mission and Vision

The mission of the PassageWays Institute is to motivate, prepare, and support educators, on a systems-wide basis, to implement its proven model for nurturing the inner lives of student.

The vision of the PassageWays Institute is of a world in which all young people are nurtured in their search for meaning, deep connection, and integrity, building character and excellence in ways that foster compassion for themselves and for the people and world around them.

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Strategic Goals

Demonstration And Research

  • Build A Flagship School & District to demonstrate the impact of the PassageWays model.
  • Generate Data on academic and safety outcomes as well as the development of the inner life of students and teachers.

Curriculum Development

  • Write Curricula, Field book and supporting materials.
  • Disseminate Materials into educational systems.

Building a Faculty

  • Develop Core Faculty to conduct PassageWays workshops, school-based professional development and to provide coaching for educators.
  • Build Capacity In Faculty And Staff to advocate, speak, and write about PassageWays.

Outreach

  • Build Body Of Knowledge on how to integrate the inner lives of students in classrooms.
  • Disseminate Our Theory And Best Practices through publication and public speaking.
  • Influence National Dialogue and Build Strategic Alliances focused on importance of spiritual dimension in education.

Building Infrastructure

  • Develop and Expand the board, staff, committee, and volunteer base.
  • Strengthen Operating Systems
  • Implement a Development Plan to ensure financial sustainability.

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Theoretical Foundations and History of our Work:

A Unique approach to Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

The activities of the PassageWays Institute have grown out of an innovative approach to social and emotional learning (SEL) developed by Institute founder Rachael Kessler. Since its inception in the mid-1980s, this model has integrated the emotional, social, and spiritual development of students with their academic learning.

During the 1990’s Kessler worked closely with Daniel Goleman and SEL researchers to rigorously define this field that built upon Howard Gardner’s recognition of the importance of “intrapersonal” (emotional) and “interpersonal” (social) intelligence.

Goleman’s concept of “emotional literacy” refers to the discovery that the emotional and social skills of children can be cultivated as part of the school curriculum, and that doing so enhances cognitive learning and personal resiliency in the face of change and challenge.

At the same time that Goleman’s research demonstrated that EQ was a greater predictor of academic and life success than IQ, the fields of brain research and learning theory demonstrated the essential role of the emotions in motivation and learning.

“ Emotion drives attention, attention drives memory, and memory drives learning,” wrote Robert Sylwester in his groundbreaking summary of the application of brain research to learning.

During this period, Kessler began to work more broadly to increase awareness among educators of the nature of and need for development of the inner life in children and adolescents, and to provide training to foster such development in schools. In 1997, Kessler co-authored a book with eight researchers from the Collaborative for the Advancement of Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) entitled Promoting Social and Emotional Learning: Guidelines for Educators. This planted her firmly in the leadership circle of theorists in the SEL movement.

Kessler’s own book, The Soul of Education: Helping Students Find Connection, Compassion and Character at School (ASCD, 2000), provided a practical and inspirational evocation of the principles and methods that make the PassageWays model unique and distinct within the field of SEL. Sent to over 110,000 educators by its publisher, this book (and the model it describes) has received endorsements by educators from across the spectrum of political and religious belief.

As her work drew more attention, Kessler realized the need to create an organization that could expand the model’s impacts. The PassageWays Institute was “birthed” in 2002 by Kessler along with a group of colleagues and advisors in Boulder, Colorado out of a collective desire to effect change in mainstream education at a much broader and deeper level. The Institute received its IRS Determination Letter confirming 501(c)(3) status in spring 2003.

Additional information on the PassageWays model and its theoretical foundations can be found in the Resources section.

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The Seven Gateways

Based on stories and questions from students around the U.S., Kessler’s framework describes seven categories of experience that students report have nurtured their lives. The chapters on each gateway in The Soul of Education provide practical, concrete guidance for nurturing the inner life through these realms of experience.


1. Deep Connection: fostering a quality of relationship in classrooms that is profoundly caring, resonant with meaning, involves feelings of belonging and of being truly seen and known.

2. Silence and solitude: helping students focus, concentrate, reflect, and refresh themselves for learning, self-discovery, and creativity.

3. Meaning and purpose: providing students with writing and discussion opportunities to reflect deeply on their own goals and dreams, to discover meaning through service, and to safely explore the big questions, such as: "Why am I here?", "Does my life have a purpose?”, “How do I find out what it is?”

4. Joy and delight: providing experiences of play, celebration, and gratitude and encouraging students to reflect on what is precious in their lives.

5. Creativity: activating the creative process for developing new ideas, artistic expression, problem solving, and discovering entirely new perspectives on people and life.

6. Transcendence: constructively channeling the powerful urges of young people to go beyond their perceived limits in the arts, athletics, academics, and human relations without courting dangerous risk.

7. Initiation: providing a structured sequence of experiences and life skills to help students navigate critical transitions and claim adulthood without the violent or self-destructive initiations rising among teenagers today.

© Rachael Kessler, Soul of Education 2000

 

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PassageWays Staff Biographies

Rachael Kessler, Executive Director

Recognized by Daniel Goleman as a “leader in a new movement for emotional literacy,” Kessler has developed a framework for nurturing the inner life of students and teachers that honors the interests of educators, parents, and policy-makers. Her groundbreaking book, The Soul of Education: Helping Students find Connection, Compassion, and Character at School (ASCD 2000), was distributed to over 110,000 educators worldwide. Her work has been endorsed by educators across the spectrum of religious and political belief, progressive to conservative, fundamentalist to agnostic. Howard Gardner wrote that her “examination of the quest for meaning among today’s adolescents is both daring and needed.”

“I wish I would have had the information found in The Soul of Education during the 20 years I served in public education,” wrote Forrest L. Turpen, Executive Director of Christian Educators Association International. “ I believe Rachael Kessler has found the missing links to educational reform. Public education does have a soul.”

Rachael presents, facilitates, and conducts professional and curriculum development for educators both nationally and internationally. Whether addressing administrators in Beijing or San Bernardino, coaching teachers and leading transition groups for students in Boulder, or working with political or civic leaders including the U.S. Congress, Rachael fosters the safety and skills that invite people to communicate from their depths and nurture meaningful connections.

Kessler worked throughout the 1990’s to create a framework and a language that could allow educators to welcome and nurture students’ quest for meaning, connection and integrity, building character and excellence in ways that foster compassion for themselves and for the people and world around them. Responding to a hunger in educators and parents for a genuine transformation of teaching and learning, Kessler and her colleagues founded the Boulder-based PassageWays Institute in 2001.

Laura Weaver, Assistant Director- Programs

Laura Weaver is the Program Coordinator and Lead Facilitator for the PassageWays Newcomer Transition Program, and Project Coordinator for our Demonstration and Research Project. Laura holds a Master’s degree in English/Creative Writing from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Before joining the PassageWays staff, she taught college-level English for five years, where she had extensive experience developing curricula and working with young adults. Before her graduate work, she co-founded and directed Bridges: a small, all-volunteer agency dedicated to serving the needs of hungry and homeless people in the greater Philadelphia area. Laura has also participated in volunteer work of all kinds, including working as a crisis counselor in a domestic violence shelter and as an advocate and educator with various anti-racism organizations. Finally, she is a mother of two children, one of whom participated in a PassageWays 5th grade Transitions Program.

Eileen Joseph, Development Director

Eileen Joseph is the Founder and President of Full Circle Impact, a comprehensive business planning and outsourced management solution for social entrepreneurs. Eileen has over 17 years of nonprofit leadership experience in community building, international human rights and entrepreneurship for social impact, including: International Voluntary Services, Associated Catholic Charities Refugee and Migration Services, Volunteers for Peace in Ghana and the United Way. Eileen Served as the Executive Director of the Darien United Way in Darien, CT from 1994-1999. She founded Full Circle Impact in 1999 to engage a new generation of philanthropists in social change. Eileen received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Bucknell University, and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Virginia. She also studied at the Institute for European Studies in Vienna, Austria.

Ann Whitehill, Development Associate - Office Manager

Ann has been a passionate educator for many years. She taught high school history and art for six years at an alternative high school in Boulder, CO. Ann has a Masters in Educational Policy from the University of Colorado with a special emphasis on the highly creative child in the public school environment. Teaching at a small private high school enabled Ann to form intimate relationships with her students and highlighted for her the inability to form similar relationships in the public school setting and the great need to do so. The PassageWays Institute is a wonderful place for Ann to put her collected passions, skills, and interest in adolescents into practice. Ann has also been a professional potter for 20 years and shows and sells her work nationally.

Lindsay Sworski, Administrative Assistant

Lindsay received her BA in Humanities from the University of California at San Diego – studying equal parts writing, music, dance, and visual art – and edited the Arts section of the UCSD Guardian for 4 years. She has spent many years helping numerous high school students find their place in the world as a professional college admissions counselor, guiding and tutoring students through the process of self-assessment, meaningful essay writing, college selection, etc. She has also pursued a career as a semi-professional dancer and now teaches contact improvisation, leads authentic movement groups, teaches somatic movement in massage schools, and is a practicing somatic-based bodyworker who focuses on where the mind and body meet. All of Lindsay’s experience has shown her the need for meaningful rites of passage in today’s world and she is honored to help PassageWays work towards this wonderful goal.

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Board of Directors Biographies

Ivan Duran
Principal, Sabel Elementary School, Aurora, CO.

Ivan has been in education for fourteen years. In his role as principal, Ivan works to support and develop an instructional program that assists all students in making growth as learners. In addition, teacher training and development that leads to instructional leadership is a central focus of his efforts. Before becoming principal of Sable, Ivan was the assistant principal at Crawford Elementary School in Aurora. He has also worked in Jefferson County Schools and Denver Public Schools as an Instructional Technology Specialist. In that role, he worked with schools to create and implement technology plans, developed district wide training programs for teachers, and worked with individual classroom teachers to implement technology into their classrooms. Ivan's career began as a fifth grade classroom teacher at Beach Court Elementary School in Denver. He graduated from Metropolitan State College with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education in 1990. He earned his Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Colorado at Denver in 1995 and his license for Educational Administration in 1996 from the University of Denver.

Gordon Dveirin
Organizational Development Consultant, President Dveirin & Associates

Gordon’s organizational consulting firm has consulted to a host of public and private sector clients over the past twenty years, including the Smithsonian Institution, Adolph Coors Corp., Hewlett-Packard, the United States Air Force, and Regis University. He is strategic architect of the new, three-year national demonstration and research project PassageWays-CoPER Demonstration and Research Project”) in Colorado, which focuses on advancing the spiritual growth of students through caring pedagogy and rites of passage at key school transition points. He is also the designer and director of a collaborative action-research inquiry by the Women’s Vision Foundation into “Fully Human Leadership.” Mr. Dveirin received his Ed.D. in Organizational Development and Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado.

Shawna Friedman (Treasurer)
Development Director, Jewish Community Foundation

Shawna moved to Colorado from Virginia where she worked for Congressman Allen of Maine on energy and environment issues. Prior to her work on Capital Hill, Shawna worked for the Natural Resources Defense Council, a national environmental group. Shawna attended Vassar College. She is thrilled to help support the work of Passageways Institute.

Jeff Grossberg (Vice President)
Organizational and Fundraising Consultant,
President of Guidestone Consulting

Jeff has been creating, managing, and consulting with visionary organizations for more than 30 years, in both board and staff leadership roles. Over the last 15 years he has been a consultant to more than a hundred progressive enterprises. Jeff has led visioning, strategic planning, organizational development, change management and business planning efforts and has managed numerous successful fundraising campaigns that realized more than $50 million. He has focused primarily on LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) and other socially responsible businesses, new forms of venture financing for sustainable ventures, venture philanthropy and social entrepreneurship, global and local sustainability, youth and education, community development, and integral health. He brings to these projects new forms of leadership, organization, and coaching that balance exceptional execution with a transformational vision for the future.

Jamie Harrison (President)
Mediator & Lawyer

Jamie is a licensed attorney who practices in the area of conflict resolution. Mr. Harrison practiced law for twelve years before re-focusing his practice on work as a neutral mediator to help parties resolve conflicts without court intervention. He has experience with a wide range of conflicts, including environmental, real estate, commercial/contractual, family, disability-related, employer/employee, and interpersonal. Mr. Harrison has served on boards for several non-profits and foundations and has assisted other nonprofits with strategic planning. Mr. Harrison also is an experienced funder in both real estate and securities.

Rachael Kessler, Founder and AuthorThe Soul of Education,
See bio above in Staff Biographies.

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Marlena Long
Medical doctor, board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Marlena Long M.D. practiced medicine in Boulder, Colorado for sixteen years. She is a Board certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist who cared for women through all phases of life. Marlena left her practice in 1998 to be home with her two sons. Marlena has been involved in the PWI since its inception, motivated by a strong commitment to the health of youth and their mentors. She is currently helping people come into balance through Five Element nutrition, the Chinese Philosophy of Regeneration and has contributed to the online magazine, Inspiredparenting.net

Marcia Swain (Secretary)
Lawyer

Marcia Swain, a lifelong Coloradoan, graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder (1971) and the University of Denver College of Law (J.D. 1977). Her eclectic law practice has focused on real estate and land use, small business, and mediation of family conflicts. Her belief in human multidimensionality and in the importance, to individuals and society, of cultivating multiple capacities results in her commitment to PassageWays. In her leisure hours, Ms. Swain hikes, kayaks, cooks, and writes doggerel.

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Advisory Board Biographies

Angeles Arrien

Alexander W. Astin
Founding Director, Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA

Dr. Astin is Allan M. Cartter Professor Emeritus of Higher Education at UCLA and is the author of 20 books and some 300 other publications in the field of higher education. Dr. Astin has been a recipient of awards for outstanding research from 10 national associations; a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (1967-68); and a recipient of eleven honorary degrees. The Journal of Higher Education has identified Dr. Astin as the most frequently-cited author in the field of higher education. In 1985 readers of Change magazine selected him as the person "most admired for creative, insightful thinking" in the field of higher education. Dr. Astin is currently principal investigator (with H. S. Astin) on a national study of spiritual development among undergraduates at 230 higher education institutions. His latest book is Mindworks: Becoming More Conscious in an Unconscious World.

Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.,
President, Mind/Body Health Sciences

Dr. Borysenko is trained as a medical scientist and is also a licensed psychologist. She received her doctorate from the Harvard Medical School where she also completed post-doctoral fellowships in cancer cell biology, behavioral medicine, and psychoneuroimmunology. She was the co-founder and former director of the Mind/Body clinical programs at the Beth Israel/Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and a former Instructor in Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. A pioneer in integrative medicine, her work encompasses mind/body medicine, life balance, creativity, women’s issues, relationship-centered healing and spirituality. Her popular column, Staying Centered, appears monthly in Prevention magazine. She is the author of eleven books.

Peter Cobb
Consultant & Former Executive Director, Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CASEL)

Editor of a forthcoming book to be published by Peter Lang on Spirituality and K-12 education in America, Peter is widely regarded as a speaker and facilitator on issues regarding the moral climate of schools and the moral and spiritual education of children. He has worked for decades as an administrator and consultant to independent schools.

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Dee Dickinson
CEO & Founder, New Horizons for Learning

Dee has been a school administrator and has taught at all levels from elementary school through university. She has produced several series for educational television and has produced nine international conferences on education. Dee serves on a number of local, national, and international boards including the University of Washington's College of Education, KCTS TV, People of America Foundation, National Urban Alliance for Effective Education, Teachers Without Borders, Child Research Net (Japan), and The Learning Forum/SuperCamp. She is a Fellow of the George Lucas Educational Foundation and of the International Corporate Learning Association. She is an internationally recognized speaker, author and consultant to educational organizations.

Maurice Elias, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology, Rutgers University & Leadership Team Vice Chair, CASEL

Maurice’s latest books include Emotionally Intelligent Parenting (2000), Raising Emotionally Intelligent Teenagers (2002), Building Learning Communities with Character: How to Integrate Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (ASCD, 2002), and Bullying, Peer Harassment, and Victimization in the Schools: The Next Generation of Prevention (Haworth, 2004).

Julie Glover
Organizational Development Consultant

Julie has 25 years of program development and executive experience in non-profit, human service organizations. She was co-founder and Program Director of The Door, a large, multiservice youth development program for adolescents in New York City. Julie was awarded the Temple Award for Creative Altruism by The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS). Julie currently consults with institutes and foundations to design, convene and facilitate conferences and gatherings relating to issues of spirituality, service, community and the emerging wisdom society.

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Mark T. Greenberg, Ph.D.
Director, Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development, Penn State University

Mark conducts research on the effectiveness of innovative models of preventive intervention, including the effectiveness of school-based curricula for improving the social, emotional and cognitive competence of elementary-aged children. He is also an investigator for the Fast Track Prevention Program, a comprehensive program (focusing on children, families, and youth) that aims to prevent violence and delinquency in adolescents. Additionally, he is working to develop an understanding of how risk and protective factors operate to place children at risk for aggression and other conduct problems.

Tobin Hart, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology, State University of West Georgia & Founder & Board Chair, The Childspirit Institute

Childspirt is a nonprofit educational and research hub dedicated to understanding and nurturing the spiritual world of children. Tobin’s two latest books are The Secret Spiritual World of Children and From Information to Transformation: Education for the Evolution of Consciousness.

Mutima Imani
Consultant and Trainer, Innovations International

Mutima is dedicated to creating positive solutions and effective training for organizations. Her areas of expertise are organizational development, management training, and diversity training. Mutima is widely known for providing emergency intervention and conflict resolution services particularly where incidents are racially motivated. Additionally, she is the President of the California Displaced Homemaker Network, a nonprofit women's organization concerned with economic and employment issues for women. Mutima is the Regional Representative, Region IX, for Women Work - The National Network for Women's Employment.

Janice Jackson, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor, Lynch School of Education, Boston College

Janice is a faculty member in the Leadership for Change Program in the Carroll School of Management. Prior to coming to Boston College, Janice was the Deputy Superintendent for the Boston Public Schools. During the first term of the Clinton administration she served as deputy Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education for the U.S. Department of Education. Dr. Jackson has held several positions with the Milwaukee Public Schools in Wisconsin. Her last position with them was the Coordinator of School Based Management.

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Susan Keister

Susan is an author, speaker, and facilitator with over 25 years experience in international curriculum and professional development in the areas of social and emotional learning, character education, positive prevention, and service-learning. For over twenty years, she led the development of the acclaimed K-12 Lions-Quest programs, which have been awarded CASEL SELECT and a CSAP Model Program designation. She currently serves as the international program and professional development specialist for the Service-Learning Life Skills Network and Lions Clubs International Foundation and leads the Lions-Quest international training team. She works with educators and programs in over 22 countries, advises major national education organizations, and is a Fellow of the Fetzer Institute in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Linda Lantieri
Director, Project Renewal

Linda is founding Director of the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program (RCCP) of Educators for Social Responsibility which supports the program in 400 schools in the United States. Director of the New York Satellite Office of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL). She is co-author of the book, Waging Peace in Our Schools (Beacon Press, 1996) and editor of the book Schools With Spirit: Nurturing the Inner Lives of Children and Teachers (Beacon Press, 2001).

Michael Lerner, Ph.D.
Founder and President, Commonweal Institute

Commonweal is a health and environmental research institute in Bolinas, California that also provides programs for at risk children and youth. Michael is the co-founder of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program and the author of
Choices in Healing: Integrating the Best of Conventional and Complementary approaches to Cancer.

Thomas Likona, Ph.D.
Director, Center for the 4th and 5th Rs (Respect and Responsibility) SUNY, Cortland

In addition to directing the Center for the 4th and 5th Rs, Dr. Lickona is a noted developmental psychologist and professor of education at the University. Past president of the Association for Moral Education he received the Sandy Lifetime Achievement Award from the Character Education Partnership. He is also the author of Educating for Character, which has been called "the bible of the character education movement”.

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Ron Miller
Founder & President, Foundation for Educational Renewal

A leading historian and commentator on alternative education Ron is on the faculty of the Education department at Goddard College in Vermont. He is the author or editor of eight books, and the founder of two journals on holistic educational alternatives, including the journal “Paths of Learning” which explores alternative perspectives on teaching, learning, and human development.

Pamela Seigle,
Founder & Executive Director, Reach out to Schools: Social Competency Program

Reach Out to Schools is a social-emotional learning program based at the Stone Center at Wellesley College and is currently being implemented in over 240 elementary schools. At the core of the Program is a belief in the importance of relationships to both social-emotional and academic learning.

Cliff Shaffran

Dan Spinner
Oragnizational and Fundraising Consultant

Former director of fundraising for the Dennis Kucinich for President campaign, Dan has extensive fundraising experience in both the US and Canada. He has served in executive positions for various non-profit entities including hospitals, universities, and the United Way. Dan has a specific talent for leading organizations through their first capital campaign. His experience has helped build performing arts and research centers and has endowed numerous foundations. Over the last 15 years Dan has raised over $400 million in funds for non-profits. He now focuses his attention and abilities on non-profit organizations devoted to personal and social transformation.

John Steiner
Netweaver, Activist, Organizer, and Philanthropist

John’s passion is bringing together people, ideas, projects and money around common cause. He has been a founding member and leader of the Threshold Foundation and a founding member of the Social Venture Network. He is a co-founder of GEMS, Green Economic Movement/Marketing Strategies, which employs entrepreneurial skills to intervene in the market place and is building a consumer/producer movement on behalf of a more ecologically sustainable economy. He is the founder and director of Creative Philanthropy Associates.

Peggy Taylor, MA
Co-Founder, Power of Hope

Peggy brings rich experience in holistic education, the arts, non-profit organizational management and publishing to her creative work with youth. She is co-author of Chop Wood, Carry Water: A Guide to Finding Spiritual Fulfillment in Everyday Life and was co-founder of New Age Journal where she was editor-in-chief for fourteen years. Peggy is a creative development specialist with a Masters of Education in creative arts in learning.

Roger P. Weissberg, Ph.D.
President, CASEL

Roger is a Professor of Psychology and Education at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He has designed, implemented, evaluated and written about school-based social and emotional learning programs for children and youth for 30 years.

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Our Supporters

At PassageWays we are extremely grateful to all of our supporters, financial and otherwise, who have embraced our work and provided the resources to make it possible. We thank you all.

Foundation and Organizational Supporters

Boulder Valley School District – Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Carson-Pfaffin Foundation
City of Boulder Youth Opportunities Board
Compton Foundation
Cricket Island Foundation
Dunnecliff Foundation
Foundation for Educational Renewal
Kalliopeia Foundation
Pajwell Foundation
Philanthropic Collaborative
Records-Johnston Family Foundation
Rose Foundation
Schramm Foundation
Sorenson Foundation
Tides Foundation
Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation
Whitman Institute

Individual Supporters

Anonymous
Richard and Laura Chasin
Kate Inskeep and Derek Davis
Gordon Dveirin
Jeff Grossberg
Jaime Harrison
David Hazen
Eleanor Kaniuk
Marlena Long
John McCluskey
Michelle Osterman
Lindsay Shea
Judy Wells
Alice Whitehill
David Whitehill

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