Wondering how to use your creative facilitation skills? Take a look at these brilliant people who are using their skills in a variety of different industries and roles:
Alan Wong is an independent facilitator, poet and musician who has organized and facilitated experiential art and leadership programs for thousands of teens and adults in North and South America.
Andrew Nalani is a facilitator who is in the process of creating his own youth camps so that he can bring vital empowerment work to young people in his home country of Uganda.
Black Mountain Films
Black Mountain Films is an independent film company with a strong emphasis on social art and using film as a tool for youth empowerment.
Canadian born Daniel Lalande is a recent convert to social artistry. For 24 years Daniel worked as a costume designer, but in 2002 he slowly initiated a career transition to the development sector.
Derek Debru is a filmmaker and community artist who works internationally and who joined PYE in Northern Uganda to run a participatory television channel at a camp.
Eric Mulholland is an actor and facilitator with more than 20 years of experience in using theater for youth empowerment.
Fatuma is a member of Young Women Empowered, our Seattle partner organization that runs programs for young women.
|Nimesh Patel (Nimo)
Nimesh Patel (known as Nimo) found success in his twenties as a musician and music producer, but decided to embark on a path of self discovery and growth that has impacted thousands.
Peggy Taylor is the co-founder and Director of Training at PYE as well as being a talented writer and musician with over 30 years of experience in group facilitation and experiential learning.
Rebekka has been part of the PYE community for many years and her work with music and particularly vocal improvisation have helped to shape the way that we use music in the Creative Community Model.
Sagesse Graham is a videographer and animator who uses aspects of the Creative Community Model in her work with youth.
Shalini recognized a real need for more networking and community among youth workers in Bangalore so she set up an organization called the Educators Collective.
A vibrant city of social artists and social change-makers, we take a look at life for social artists in Toronto.
Xola Yoyo is a youth worker in the Eastern Cape of South Africa who uses social artistry and creative facilitation to work with youth in rural environments.
A lead facilitator with PYE, Nadia has developed her facilitation skills through a variety of trainings and readings. In this video Nadia explains exactly what social artistry means to her.