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Tuesday, August 22 • 10:15am - 4:45pm
Option B: WILD, WONDERFUL WEST

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From singing cowboys  to Latino political movements, to a super-playful  games and toys exhibit, you’ll get a VIP tour of this one-of-a-kind collection of art and iconography from the American West, located in beautiful Griffith Park north of downtown L.A. Your Journey continues as AIN facilitators conduct a workshop on multicultural communication for Autry employees and AIN members. 


Host
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Marc Purchin

Purchin Consulting
Marc Purchin is President of Purchin Consulting, a Southern California-based firm that specializes in “appropriate” dispute resolution services. Marc uses applied improvisation strategies in all areas of his practice. AIN and Marc found each other a few years ago when he... Read More →

Speaker
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Chris Esparza

Associate Director, Holden Center, University of Oregon
Talk to me about listening, empathy, positive psychology, leadership development, diversity/equity/ inclusion, running, or tacos. Or anything else that list doesn't cover. | | I work at the University of Oregon’s Holden Center for Leadership & Community Engagement (but am... Read More →
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Barbara Tint

Trainer, Professor, Self and Portland State University
Barbara Tint is a Psychologist and Professor of Conflict Resolution at Portland State University and many other Universities worldwide.  She is also a global trainer, facilitator, and consultant in areas of conflict resolution, dialogue, gender relations, intercultural dynamics, power and status, leadership and change. She has been studying and applying improvisation since 2009 and serves as the President of the Applied Improvisation Network. She wonders if... Read More →


Tuesday August 22, 2017 10:15am - 4:45pm
Autry Museum of the American West

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