Doriane Lucia, Humane Educator.

Doriane formed Humane Nation.in 2002 and continues to be passionate about creating programs that offer solutions. She received her Master's degree in Humane Education from Cambridge College and The Institute for Humane Education. Doriane is also a classically trained actress who understands the power of performance. However, her mission is to use that power to promote change related to issues that affect children with whom she has worked. The Power of Performance as an Education Tool © was her Master's thesis.

Doriane wrote a children's book called The Story of Lilly & Lou (based the true story of two dogs she and others rescued in New York City). In order to lessen the load for teachers and bring Humane Education into the classroom, Doriane collaborated with Humane Educators across the country to develop the Companion Humane Education Workbook.
Doriane has conducted Humane Education lessons with at-risk youth in Los Angeles and countless other children on the East Coast.

She also conducted a strand at The University of Connecticut Confratute which helped teachers to recognize their gifts so that they could in turn recognize the gifts and voices in their students.

While Doriane will never stop rescuing animals in need, she believes in the power of education and loves seeing the transformation in children when they realize that they have the power to effect change.

Jason Linwood Terry, Choir Director

Jason Linwood Terry is the choir director for Souler Power. He is a gifted vocalist and choir director. Beloved and in demand, Jason sings and directs for the New World Chorus, the Good New Gospel Choir of Westport, CT (Founder Chris Coogan), and renowned gospel recording artist, Pastor Hezekiah Walker.

Jason grew up in Danville, Virginia, where both his spiritual and musical journey began with singing in church choirs. He later studied music at Shaw University and received a degree in Music. After traveling with the Shaw University concert choir throughout the country and abroad, Jason was appointed Minister of Music for the Thomas J. Boyd Chapel and served as director for the campus's New Vision Gospel Choir in Raleigh, North Carolina.

As a professional studio artist, Jason has sung background vocals for many different gospel artists such as Shirley Caesar, Karen Clark-Sheard, Kurt Carr and many others.

Jason is devoted to sharing his heart and musical gifts as a blessing to all God's children.

Nicole Waicunas, Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) Outreach Coordinator for Renzulli Center for Creativity, Gifted Education, and Talent Development at The University of Connecticut

We are grateful to have Nicole on board as our Education Consultant.

Prior to her work with The University of Connecticut, Nicole was a secondary English teacher for fifteen years, focusing on the implementation of the SEM in the classroom.

Prior to her work with The University of Connecticut, Nicole was a secondary English teacher for fifteen years, focusing on the implementation of the SEM in the classroom. She holds a Master's Degree in Gifted Education from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate work in World Literature, with a Minor in Education was completed at Columbia University and Barnard College in New York, New York. In 2012, Nicole was awarded the Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award. She was one of twenty nationally selected teachers to be recognized by the Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Awards.

Nicole travels across the country and across the world (China, Spain, Peru, to name a few) in order to work with administrators, teachers, and students to provide instruction regarding implementation of the SEM.

Some of her past work includes filming for AETN in Arkansas for their educational network with Joseph Renzulli et al. to the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain (training teachers to implement the SEM in their classrooms).

Nicole is a Confratute Strand Coordinator and Special Topics Presenter for four years.

Nicole is also an author. She is working on the publication of her first book, Run. A chapter from the book, entitled Fireworks was published in the Connecticut Writer's Magazine in 2012.

She has contributed to Joseph Renzulli's most recent book Relflections, as well as co-authoring his recent article, along with Dr. Carla Brigandi, Identifying and Developing Creative and Productive Giftedness: Major Challenges for the 21st Century Learners.

Nicole is a true believer in the potential of every child, in every classroom, Nicole works to help teachers to see the light in every student, and make it shine brighter.

Cynthia Pighini, Private Tutor.

We are grateful to have Cynthia on board as our Education Consultant.

An accomplished teaching professional with over twenty years' experience in the elementary and middle school classroom who seeks to engage students through exploration and conceptual self-discovery with the intent of applying know knowledge, investing their understanding in meaningful ways, and challenging their real-work impact. the cognitive and developmental needs of the students. This was accomplished through designing engaging lesson and guiding students to content mastery through a variety of authentic learning opportunities such as PBL, experiential activities, drama, STEAM, and community philanthropic endeavors. In addition, Cynthia served as the Early Childhood Team Leader from 2005 - 2016. Her duties included reviewing potential student candidates for admission, leading discussions and implementing weekly action items, and reviewing and revising the overall scope and sequence of the program. During the 2016 - 2017 school year, Cynthia was asked to improve and restructure the art and middle school PBL programs. She accepted the opportunity and took on the roles of Art Specialist (all grades) and Discovery Lab Instructional Coach (middle school).

Cynthia is a testing consultant for Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development and has recently become involved in supporting the Elgin Math and Science Academy, a proposed charter school, based upon an expeditionary learning model.

Dan Gross, Musician & Songwriter

Doriane is grateful to collaborate with Dan as a Lyricist for Souler Power songs.

Dan Gross, hails from Atlanta, Georgia but has been a full-time Drummer / Percussionist / Composer / Songwriter in the New York City area since 1988.

Broadway and national touring credits include Grease, Blood Brothers, Les Miserables, Elaine Stritch: At Liberty, Rent and Chicago the Musical. In addition to appearances and recordings with local New York cabaret and pop artists, Dan's concert work has included performances with vocalists Lea Salonga and Petula Clark, comedians Billy Crystal and Don Rickles, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and many others. He has also served as Music Coordinator/Contractor for the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, Morris Heights Health Center Galas, as well as various live and studio sessions.

As an educator Dan has taught privately, led ensembles for Music Outreach: Learning Through Music (New York City Public School system), published two instructional drum method books through Cherry Lane Music and has served since 2012 on the faculty at the acclaimed Jacob's Pillow Jazz/Musical Theatre Dance Program. He also holds a staff position as Percussion instructor at Friends Academy in Locust Valley, New York.

Dan has composed themes and program material for the Daydream's Reality Foundation as well as for Music Outreach and has received multiple ASCAPlus Awards and reviews in Billboard and American Songwriter magazines. He is also co-composer/lyricist/librettist for Southern Rain: A New Musical, which has been presented at the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop led by Broadway composer/lyricist, Stephen Schwartz and is in development.

Mr. Gross is a longtime member of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), the American Society of Composers and Publishers (ASCAP) and the Dramatists Guild.

Pomy, Web Developer.

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