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Yoga Alliance Office Hours| Emergency Relief Fund Update

August 13, 2020, 12pm ET

About This Event

Leadership from Yoga Alliance, the Yoga Alliance Foundation, and Ivy Child International will provide a recap on the Emergency Relief Fund, whom it reached, and what was learned through this effort. Hosts will also answer questions about the work to date and offer a preview of what comes next.


About the Presenters

Yoga Alliance Foundation Managing Director, Kristina Graff, is a global public health professional with a passion for social justice. Over the past 20+ years, Kristina has worked both locally and globally to combat inequities and to contribute to a healthier, more compassionate world. She has pioneered initiatives to expand and improve health services in high-need communities, advancing policy, service delivery, and research. As head of the Yoga Alliance Foundation, Kristina draws on her body of work in the nonprofit, city government, and academic sectors to identify, measure, and scale innovative platforms that expand both yoga’s reach and impact. Kristina earned a Master of Public Affairs degree from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University.

Rose Felix-Cradsley is a cross-cultural mindfulness expert, child-specialist, educator, and Founder of Ivy Child International. Her research interests range from applied positive psychology, the study of human flourishing, and mindfulness-based learning with children/youth to systems of education and care with a special focus on cross-cultural competencies. Rose’s professional experiences have led her to partner with UNICEF and World Vision. The Worcester Business Journal honored Rose as one of the “40 Under 40 Rising Stars” in Central Massachusetts in 2010, 2011 “Young Leaders pioneering global social change,” “Top 12 People Making a Difference in Central Massachusetts” in 2012 and she named “Women Leading In Central Massachusetts” in 2013/2014. She was also a featured TEDx speaker on “Unlocking Children’s Potential Through Mindfulness” in 2014.


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