Outstanding Contribution Award
Through the years, many people have given of their time, energy and resources to further the work of the Taos Institute in exploring, developing and disseminating ideas and practices that promote creative, appreciative and collaborative processes in families, communities and organizations around the world. The following people have gone above and beyond and here we recognize them for their outstanding contributions to the work of the Taos Institute.
The 2009 Outstanding Contribution award is given to Dora Fried Schnitman, Ph.D. for her invaluable contribution in bringing scholars and practitioners from the hemispheres into collaborative and creative exchange, and especially for linking the efforts of dialogic practitioners in Latin America to the activities of the Taos Institute. Dora is founder of Interfas Institute in Buenos Aires, and has contributed her creative ideas and warm vitality to the participants of the Taos Institute for many years. For an Argentine audience, she has also created many workshops and conferences featuring Taos members. In her many travels throughout the Western hemisphere she has consistently shared constructionist ideas with new audiences. Most important for this award, Dr. Schnitman, in conjunction with the Taos Institute, has created a network of Spanish-speaking colleagues, all of whom are concerned with the theory and practice of dialogue. This electronic network, La Red Dialogico, enables over 120 scholars and practitioners to share their ideas, practices, and projects.
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