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APA Utah Fall Conference Speaker

Arinn Aanderud

Walking Distance

Arinn is co-founder of the environmental dispute resolution nonprofit, Walking Distance, and a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practitioner. Previously, Arinn taught university courses on critical multicultural education, which focuses on effective pedagogy principles and strategies servicing learners of diverse backgrounds. She co-directed multiple international study abroad programs, and taught courses in science leadership, career development, and race and ethnicity in American communities. Arinn was also the director of curriculum development and professional training for a national continuing education program servicing international students. Arinn has a master’s degree in community development, with an emphasis in multicultural education, from University of California, Davis, and a bachelor’s degree in humanities, with an emphasis in art history, from Brigham Young University.


“It’s Not Me, It’s You… Or, Is It Me?” How Power Affects Our Disposition and Engagement with Others »

2024 Spring Conference, May 9, 2024 10:40 am

Our approach to any and all relationships is significantly impacted by power. Our position of power within interpersonal relationships and communities often determines how we feel, think, and act. Together, we will explore key principles and practices that increase our ability to recognize and help untangle complex patterns of power, at various relationship levels, to better improve community understanding and communication.

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