Hawah is an artist, author, educator, yoga instructor and community organizer. He has dedicated his life to teaching about solutions to violence and ways to peace, and has traveled to over 28 countries in the past 14 years to facilitate interactive workshops, dialogues, perform poetry, teach yoga, and speak with those interested in creating a caring, sustainable, and equitable world. In 2000, Hawah finished at American University with a degree in Peace and Educational Philosophy and co-founded One Common Unity, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C.
Monica is a purpose-driven creative producer and community leader with a passion for designing and producing projects that support peacemaking, environmental issues, innovative leadership, social justice, and the empowerment of women. With over 15 years of diverse professional experience, she shaped a career as a collaborative, tenacious problem solver. Read More
Ellie Walton grew up in Washington, D.C. and has committed her life’s work to sharing stories that inspire connection across social and cultural dividing lines. She takes time to build relationships and trust with communities with whom she is actively engaging in the storytelling process. Ellie’s feature length documentaries, Chocolate City (2007), Igual Que Tú (2009), and Walk With Me (2012), have been screened at film festivals across the world and continue to be used as educational tools at universities, schools and conferences.
In 2000, Mikuak helped co-found OCU, an inter-generational community of healing artists, spiritual warriors, and peace workers; and, it is through this organization that Mikuak has been able to serve the greater community, particularly young people, by providing alternatives and solutions to violence via creative self-expression and self-development. Some of the OCU creative initiatives Mikuak has contributed to include the Awareness of Oneness festival, the Circle of Life workshop, and Revel Youth Shine.
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Corey shares her joy for life and love of Yoga with everyone she meets. She enjoys practicing and teaching in a style that allows each person to move at their own pace while recognizing their own greatness. Corey’s passion for service work led her to One Common Unity through a variety of volunteer opportunities. The […]
Floyd is a recent graduate of the George Washington University, where he completed a double major in International Affairs and Music. Floyd has numerous years of experience conducting workshops and organizations that focus on music as a means for social change. He has taken his work to South Africa where he conducted a comprehensive study on the Bokamoso Youth Troupe. He currently works on organization wise performance and development activities for the organization
Malauna Steele provides financial management expertise, strategic planning, implementation training to various nonprofit organizations in the District of Columbia as well as globally. In her capacity as a local advocate for organizations that benefit children and at-risk youth, she draws on 10 years of experience in nonprofit groups that provide services to various target audiences that are in need of assistance.