Dorothy J. Maver

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Dorothy J. Maver, Ph.D., is Co-Director of the National Peace Academy [1] A biographical note states that she is "an educator and peacebuilder whose keynote is inspiring cooperation on behalf of the common good. Her work in education, politics, and grassroots community organizing is focused on applied peacebuilding and the global call for ministries and departments of peace. Previously, Dot served as President/CEO of Peace Partnership International and, before that, as Executive Director of The Peace Alliance and Campaign for a US Department of Peace. She was the National Campaign Manager for Kucinich for President 2004. She is a co-founding member of the Vermont Peace Academy and a founding board member of the Center for Cooperative Principles. An innovative educator with a teaching background in Health, Physical Education, Psychology and Philosophy at both the high school and university levels, she is on faculty with Polaris College, Denmark, was part of the 2008 lecture series at the Graduate Institute in Connecticut, USA, and the 2009 Bridging the Gap speaker series at Regis University in Denver, USA. Dot is active in community coalition building with her process model based on shared responsibility and shared leadership. In the world of fast-pitch softball Dr. Dot is known for her revolutionary fast-pitch hitting technique, The Maver Method: Secrets of Hitting Success, and is co-author of the book Conscious Education: The Bridge to Freedom."


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  1. National Peace Academy, "Management Structure: Development Phase Management: Biosketches of Core Team Members", National Peace Academy website, accessed August 2009.
  2. Birth2012 Birth 2012 Welcoming Committee Members, organizational web page, accessed April 29, 2012.
  3. About, Source of Synergy Foundation, accessed November 1, 2011.
  4. David Korten Great Turning Navigator, organizational web page, accessed April 17, 2012.

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