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Ian Sanderson

A member of the Mohawk Nation, Turtle clan, Ian hails from the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve.  Ian has been involved in Outdoor and Experiential Education for almost 20 years, working for or with various organizations including the Canadian Outward Bound Wilderness School, the Santa Fe Mountain Center's Native American Emergence Program, Naropa University, the Environmental Center at CU Boulder, and most recently with the United States Forest Service Office of Tribal Relations.  Ian is devoted to providing facilitation, education, and training through custom programs that inspire reconnection to self, community, and the rest of the natural world by exploring convergences of the philosophies found in Indigenous and Eastern traditions as a means to realize empowered personal development and socio-ecological change.  When he's able to take a moment, he can be found doing the following, sometimes simultaneously: honing his skills in the woods, building something, cooking something, or at the Boulder Quest Center, where he teaches and trains in the art of To Shin Do Ninjutsu. He has one fiancé, two dogs, three cats, seven chickens, and 30,000 bees (give or take).

My Speakers Sessions

Sunday, February 5
 

12:00pm