Starting this July 7, join us for a 4-week workshop series geared toward families and cultivating a peacemaking posture in your home. Learn what it means to teach children how to create peace in our world today.
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Workshops begin July 7. Kids are welcome to accompany their parent or guardian.
All proceeds from this workshop go toward building education and connection across communities at odds.
Nya is a public educator and curriculum designer focusing on social-emotional health and unity-oriented peacemaking at her company, The Dignity Effect. Her overarching goal is to guide people with grace, accountability, and hope into relational wellbeing that is anchored in dignity.
Driven by the deep desire to heal all that is tearing us apart, Nick earned a bachelor’s degree in English Education and served as a peacemaker in his Central Florida community through teaching at the high school. He now holds a master’s degree in Conflict Analysis & Dispute Resolution with a focus in restorative justice, and he brings his heart, story, and studies to not only the Preemptive Love team, but all who wish to wage peace on the frontlines of where they live.
After graduating as an Environmental Engineer, Saadia worked for the government to ensure compliance of landfills and power generation facilities. She took a pause to raise her family and volunteer for several non-profits, ultimately discovering herself by being an active, responsible citizen in her hometown of Oviedo, Florida. Saadia believes meaningful friendships can be found in unexpected places. Her work to show neighbors how similar we are regardless of ethnic or religious differences led her to Preemptive Love. As a Gathering Coordinator, Saadia hopes to spread this message to communities nationwide.