World's Biggest Hearts
Rhonda Magee - Guest Speaker
Professor Rhonda V. Magee is a teacher of mindfulness-based stress reduction interventions for lawyers & law students, with a focus on minimizing social-identity-based bias.
A full-time faculty member at the University of San Francisco since 1998, and a full professor since 2004, Rhonda has been named Dean’s Circle Research Scholar, served as co-director of the University’s Center for Teaching Excellence, and co-facilitator of the Ignatian Faculty Forum faculty development program. She teaches Tort; Race, Law and Policy; and courses in Contemplative and Mindful Law and Law Practice. Rhonda is a trained and highly practiced facilitator, with an emphasis on mindful communication. In 2015 she was made a fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, and in 2019 was named as one of world's most important women in mindfulness.
William Fley - Founder and Chief Executive,
Psychotherapist and Mindfulness Teacher
William is a clinician in private practice with a speciality in 'Absent fathers' and trauma. A fully accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and Breathworks Mindfulness, he is the founder of MNPC. He holds Master's degrees from Birkbeck College, the University of London and Roehampton University. Working within community organisations in marginalized communities, William aims to bring awareness of racialized trauma through mindfulness-based interventions. He continues to pursue his passion to eliminate cultural and other barriers to accessing mindfulness by encouraging cultural awareness and responsiveness.
Oliver moderates and co-ordinates MNPC's global community activities, including annual retreats, and online monthly and other events and groups. He helped plan and implement the first online POC International Retreat in June 2020, launching MNPC as a global brand.
Oliver is passionate about intersectional racial justice and change-making. At MNPC he envisions a global community that embraces BIPOC legacies of joy and pain across faiths and non-faiths, in a generative, healing and transcendent way.
Oliver has a regular personal mindfulness practise and is a passionate freelance writer, coach and podcaster who has written for The Guardian, Melan Mag and Afropean.
Ade Adeniji - Advisory Board
Adé is a certified coach, group facilitator, consultant, interfaith Minister & spiritual counsellor. He is a certified Daring Way™ and Dare to Lead™️ Facilitator - programmes based on the research of Dr Brené Brown which explore topics such as vulnerability, courage, shame, empathy and worthiness.
Adé is co-founder of ‘The Quest for Gay Men’, a UK-based social enterprise that delivers personal development programs aimed at transforming the relationships that gay, bi and queer men have with themselves, others and the world they inhabit.
As a practitioner, Adé adopts a holistic approach in all aspects of his work. This involves working with individuals, teams and organisations to give voice to making the implicit explicit, with a view to having conscious courageous conversations and showing up wholeheartedly.
Ade is passionate about exploring the individual’s inner landscape to see how that plays out in day-to-day interactions. He is also keen on helping clients cultivate the necessary habits for consistent emotional hygiene.
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Tim Fry -- Volunteer
Tim has spent much of his working life in the UK public sector, where he has been involved in undertaking research and studies into value for money, largely within the health and education sectors. His work has regularly been the subject of reports by Parliament and featured in the national press. Tim has worked worked extensively overseas, advising government organisations in Australia, Germany, the US, Poland, Turkey, Japan, France and Canada on value for money issues. He is a highly regarded public speaker, and has spoken widely at events in the UK and many overseas countries. He has chaired conferences such as for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris; and published guidance for the World Bank, Washington.