Connecticut Facilitators

Connecticut Facilitators

Maybeth Morales-Davis


Profession: Deputy Director, Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury Five Words About Me: Connecter, advocate, creative, healing, liberation seeker One Surprising Skill: Has this magical touch when it comes to the propagation of plants A nonprofit leader with 15+ years experience, Maybeth Morales-Davis is a highly organized and results-driven professional

Jessica Cerullo


Profession: Social Practice Artist Five Words About Me: Attentive, instigative, imaginative, innovative, conversationalist One Surprising Skill: During a global pandemic, Jessica can parent her child, work countless hours a week on zoom, walk the dog, and feed the hamster. All this while defending the Oxford comma; a shape, space, and function she remains dedicated

José R. Feliciano


Profession: Owner & lead consultant of Be Intentive LLC and a Connecticut social studies educator Five Words About Me: Collaborative, creative, curious, interdisciplinary, passionate One Surprising Skill: Aerial arts José Feliciano is a strategist, educator, and community development practitioner. He is the owner and lead consultant of Be Intentive

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