Alumna Recruits Volunteers to Support Leaders Around the Globe
May 21, 2012
School of Psychology & Counseling alumnae Linda Philpot '07 and Lee Penman '98 with Myanmarese refugees in the jungle outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
When the language barrier is too difficult to overcome during training sessions, Dr. Evelyn Biles '02 (Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship and Psychology & Counseling) has been known to use banana leaves, farm implements or even pea pods to illustrate her point. Biles frequently encounters language barriers in her work with Global Mosaic International (GMI), a nonprofit organization she founded that is dedicated to providing training in leadership, counseling, conflict management, crisis management and discipleship.
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