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Martha Trolin

First Name
Last Name
Port Townsend
Which skills or areas of expertise are you willing to share?
Faith and Spirituality
Social Services and Non Profit
Visual and Performance Arts and Crafts
I am interested in working with schools in my area
What grade level would you or your organization work best with?
Any Grade Level
What kind of availability do you or your organization have to offer?
Mentorship (coffee or lunch, shorter time commitment)
Briefly describe the program, volunteer work, or partnerships you or your organization may offer.
Skillmation: happy to talk about the genesis and vision for this project.
Non-Profit: 30 years of experience in New Mexico during the AIDS epidemic & passing civil rights legislation to include GLBT folks.
Like best working with smaller non-profits to help boards overcome the discomfort of asking for money, help folks tell the story of their organization, chart appropriate fundraising strategies and learn when and how to thank donors as part of creating good will.

As for movement meditation: One-on-one or small groups dedicated to deep movement exploration, either as a meditation practice or to expand performance expressiveness.
You have indicated an expertise in Visual and Performance Arts & Crafts
Guide in movement expressivity, movement meditation, breath, sound and small movement "exercise" for deepening attention, and re-enerting ones body. Teachers, Emily Conrad, Susan Harper and Hubert Goddard.
You have indicated an expertise in Faith and Spirituality
A 4o plus year movement meditation practice drawing from Continuum, with Emily Conrad and Susan Harper, also from Susan Harper, Hubert Godard and Pilar Martin's Portals of Perception. These techniques use breath, sound and movement as a way to grow kinesthetic awareness.
You have indicated an expertise in Social Services and Non Profit
Have worked in the non-profit world for over 30 years. Have a masters in public administration (MPA) from the University of New Mexico (UNM). Happy to coach small fledgeling non-profit organization: boards, get over their fear of asking people for money (hint, it's really about your enthusiasm and vision for the work you do); and, committees, for planning and structuring events.