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Published on Apr 19, 2011
The Project Stand team is excited to be interviewing Dr. Britt Yamamoto, a pioneer in the world of social change and building global community. Britt is a Professor in the Center for Creative Change at Antioch University in Seattle, and a co-founder and Executive Director of iLEAP: The Center for Critical Service! iLEAP is cultivating a new generation of social entrepreneurs who have the practical skills, critical thinking and a global community of support to create positive social change. iLEAP designs and delivers experiential programs that nurture meaningful, productive relationships between people and organizations.
For Britt, iLEAP is an opportunity to think creatively about the relationship between personal growth and social change. Britt loves working collaboratively with others while engaging the challenges of life with a sense of humor and lightness.