Meena Srinivasan is an Indian-American international educator and thought leader in the field of mindfulness in education. She was one of the youngest educators to be awarded the prestigious National Board Certification. A contributor to United Nations publications on inclusive education, Srinivasan earned a Masters degree in Education from UC Berkeley and a Bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science from Amherst College. Her international outlook on education was enhanced by spending her junior year studying abroad at the London School of Economics. She has taught middle and high school students in Brazil, India and California and currently works for the Oakland Unified School District’s Social Emotional Learning & Leadership Development Team. Meena is a student of Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Thich Nhat Hanh, and was involved in the creation of his bestselling book Planting Seeds: Practicing Mindfulness with Children.
Now Meena has published her own book. Thich Nhat Hanh writes: “Teach, Breathe, Learn is a practical guide helping teachers find their own unique path to deeper fulfillment and efficacy first in their own lives and then in their work…”
Please give her website a visit at TeachBreatheLearn.com
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