Elliott raised his two, now grown, daughters in a co-housing community in Colorado and is currently forming an intentional community that is multiracial, multicultural, interfaith and queer friendly. He has, also, established a faith community based on the "sacredness of welcome to all."
After the events of August 12 in Charlottesville, Virginia, he moved to Charlottesville to start The Sum Study Center. He founded The Sum in 2006.
Joshua S. Lee is a mental health professional and executive life coach. Licensed in the state of Maryland with more than 19 years of experience providing services to public schools, churches and other community-based organizations. He is owner of UMOJA Integrative Behavioral Health Systems, LLC, a behavioral health organization, specializing in working with social entrepreneurs and other professionals to assist them to observe their world differently leading to different results. Additionally, he has developed a powerfully effective, experiential coaching system called The Game Plan for Better Living©. Using the language and metaphor of sports, individuals, groups and organizations are coached to use their inherent strengths and resources to overcome their “opponents” in an action-based manner.
He is interested primarily in the intersection between psychodrama (a form of action-based group counseling), organizational culture and ontological coaching (shifting one’s way of being by observing how one observes) meet. For additional information, Joshua S. Lee can be reached at 443-588-5048 or firstname.lastname@example.org See Website: UmojaHealth.com