As someone who works at the confluence of spirituality, social justice, and academia, it’s been challenging for me to find a “place” (and funding). In a recent interview on Profellow.com, I shared how the Culture of Health Leaders program helps me articulate my path, grow relationships nationwide, and learn from 39 other scholars, practitioners, and activists.
But before the link, two notes:
- You don’t need a degree to apply to Culture of Health Leaders. Though I talk about graduate degrees here, CoHL understands education broadly, including “formal” college education, work experience, learning with community members.
- Are you a public scholar or independent scholar? A growing entrepreneur? Right now, I’m an independent scholar growing a social enterprise. The program provides invaluable funding and coaching support.