9/25/2013 Uploading Names and Senior Class Pictures (9/21/13)
I am in the process of uploading the names (from the Commencement Excercise Program)and senior class pictures (from the He'e Nalu). So far I have come across a number of you that did not hav
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I returned home to Hawaii in 2003 after living 20 years in Washington DC. While in DC I worked for the Disability Rights Council, the Osteoporosis Foundation, the Older Women's League, The League of Women Voters and the National Women's Health Network. I served on the boards of the Mautner Project for Lesbians with Cancer, the Silver Spring Presbyterian Church and the Gay Women's Alternative. I was one of the founders of the Rising Phoenix Retreat Center, located in Flintstone Maryland, the early 90's.
I was elected to the Board of the Aloha Pride Center in 2003, and served as Chair of the Board, 2005-2007. I am also the founder of the Lesbian Arts and Culture Exchange (LACE) a virtual (Yahoo) community of lesbians here on Oahu. I have recently organized a feminist book club. I currently run a lesbian breast cancer project for the Aloha Pride Center, formerly known as the Gay and Lesbian Community Center.
I graduated from San Diego State College in 1968, US Navy Officer Candidate School also in 1968, the University of Michigan in 1982 with a MSW, and from George Washington University in 2000 with a PHD in Rehabilitation Counseling. I received a massage license in 1994 as well.
In 1997 I was disabled by a rare malfunction of a blood vessel in my spinal cord and now use a wheelchair to get around. In 1995 and 2005 I had breast cancer.
I was raised a Buddhist and have returned to my roots and participate now with the Honolulu Mindfulness Community, a Buddhist community following the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh.
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