After James Fields drove his car into a crowd in Charlottesville VA, killing Heather Heyer and injuring 40 others, Elliott moved to Charlottesville, in a camper. Here he has started The Sum Study Center, to support people's learning and empowerment across the full political spectrum (Alt-right to Antifa). Elliott founded an intentional community that representas a cross-racial, multicultural, interfaith and queer collaboration called Araminta Village. He has established a faith community, and faith community model based on the "sacredness of welcome to all" called The Welcome Circle and he is currently writing a book entitled Sex and Social Justice: Lost and Found at the Crossroads.
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 email@example.com See Website: UmojaHealth.com