This group is for anyone who wants to explore doing "wdydwyd?" as a project with a class (any age group). Post your school name and say a little about how you assigned it, or ask questions to get feedback on your plans.
Celeste likes to keep you guessing and on your toes, or at least moving your feet, that is for sure. When you ask her what she’s most passionate about she is going to excitedly spout inspiring people to engage and learn about advancements in science and pushing personal boundaries and body awareness and dance and empowerment and wellness and have you heard Lady Gaga’s new album! She is a fourth generation Idahoan with a list of life-experiences that includes things like a chemistry degree from Whitman, scrambling to the tops of mountains while working at Glacier National Park, a passion for African Dance and dance in general, a research career in metastatic breast cancer, a doctorate degree in Toxicology from the University of Montana, an ability to order off a French menu reasonably well, several trips to Burning Man and other festivals to lead transformative workshops, yoga teacher certification from the Nosara Yoga Institute, and an infinite amount of laughter and joy with her two nieces Charlotte and Hazel and the rest of her family that live here in her favorite place on the planet, Boise, ID. She fancies herself a rabble-rouser and really gets behind that idea of “disrupt for good” at One Stone. Among the things she’s excited to share with the students and staff are a desire to understand the changing climate of biotechnology advancements and how they affect our health and wellness and dance parties!
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