Three Circles conducts general and organizationally specific workshops in three different areas of diversity and inclusion design: personal, professional and organizational change. Experience teaches us that successful change towards diversity and inclusion has a better chance of success if efforts in all these areas are reflected in coherent strategies leading to specific and measurable actions.
Periodic workshops on the fundamentals of multicultural environmental education are held nationally, with a current focus in the San Francisco Bay Area and in the Seattle/Puget Sound region. Workshop schedules will be posted on this site.
Three Circles provides keynote addresses for conferences and conducts seminar and guest speaker appearances by request.
Recent appearances include:
National Association for Multicultural Education, Running-Grass presented, Discovering, Including and Integrating Environmental Perspectives and Values in Multicultural Education. New Orleans, LA. October 2015
- Aldo Leopold Foundation, Review Session for Land Ethic Leader Program and Building a Land Ethic: Teaching and Learning Across Boundaries conference, Baraboo, Wisconsin. August 10-15, 2015
- 2nd Annual Multicultural Environmental Education Conference, Running-Grass provides workshop featuring “Cultural Watershed” activity. May 30, 2015 Cultural Watershed curriculum resource
- 1st Annual Multicultural Environmental Education Conference, Running-Grass provides final keynote. May 2014
- Slide Ranch, Three Circles Workshop. February 2014
- Commonwealth Club, No Child Left Inside: a panel moderated by Mitchell Thomashow, with: Running-Grass, Director of Three Circles, Zenobia Barlow, Co-founder & Executive Director, Center for Ecoliteracy, and Laurette Rogers, STRAW Program Director, Point Blue Conservation Science (formerly PRBO) | Follow Point Blue on Facebook! and Nicole M Ardoin, Stanford University. May 2013