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“Dara was a dynamic speaker! I left the workshop with a new energy to take back to the classroom. She touched me in all aspects of life.”

~Teacher, Maryland ACSD Conference

 

“That was the best professional development I have ever had! Ever! Thank you for giving me the tools I need to find happiness.”

~Frank, Disney Teacher, KIPP NYC

 

“My life is changing daily – I cannot even begin to tell you the exponential positive impact of this weekend – at home with John, at work, with my children at college. My language has changed and the lightness that virtues have brought to my life.”

~Nancy Nuell, Director of Business Dev and Grants, Montgomery College

 

“Dara personally reflects the integrity of the virtues she teaches in every aspect of her life, from her continual openness to personal growth, to her family relationships, and her work with colleagues and clients. She is an eloquent, engaging speaker. As the founders of The Virtues Project, we have often chosen her from thousands of other facilitators to represent us in meetings, conferences (including one with the U.S. President), and on national television as well as radio. Dara has contagious enthusiasm and courage in applying the virtues strategies to the issues of the day with hope and a positive approach. I whole-heartedly recommend her as speaker, a facilitator and a consultant."

~Linda Kavelin Popov, CEO Virtues Project International

 

“Thank you for your generous, thoughtful and moving presentation. Our team is quite impressed by your work, and they are already, exploring how we might introduce you to some other networks of colleagues you might work with. I look forward to learning more from you. Thank you for reaching out and opening our hearts to new possibilities.”

~Tom Carroll, President, National Commission for Teaching & America’s Future

 

Dara...You were terrific! It was very evident that students, in both classes, were most interested and focused. I thank you for your willingness to provide personal and professional insight to the students, in your presentation. I am honored to be your colleague and friend.”

~Jim DeGeorge, Advocates for Children, University of Maryland

 

“Dara, thank you for your energy and wisdom! Most of all thank you for investing in us. I have experienced many facilitators of process and you are truly extraordinary! Thank you!”

~Jason Schwartz, President B Kind Vending

 

Thank you for your compassion in creating a stronger bond by reinforcing the importance and necessity in acknowledging virtues in ourselves and our kids. “

~Blanca, Principal of KIPP NYC

 

“You were awesome! Thank you so much for coming to the Leadership Forum on the Black Child: Where Are We Now?. You were perfect as the luncheon speaker. People were glued to your presentation and were very inspired by your approach, which is the kind of approach the majority of the audience would take--and you showed some new techniques. God bless you as you keep up the good work. We must plan to do more soon.”

~Mrs. Grady Dale, The American Institute for Urban Psychological Studies, Inc.

 

“Thank you for your excellent in-service on how to use The Virtues Project for Educators. Your presentation style was dynamic and energized the entire group of 60 professionals. I have never seen our staff so attentive and spellbound! Your personalized examples of how the language of the virtues could be used with our families and our children with special needs helped to strengthen our understanding of how to use this powerful information. The interactive session brought cohesiveness to our unit and increased our level of trust with one another. This was truly a personal, professional and organizational transformative experience.”

~ Lisa G., Speech Pathologist, Montgomery County Public Schools

 

“What I took away from the workshop were not only skills for instilling positive and virtuous language into my vocabulary, but strategies for communicating with my toddler AND my husband. While The Virtues Project can be easily translated into a parenting method, they can also be applied across the entire spectrum of relationships. After this workshop I am hopeful, inspired, and energized by what I learned.”

~Jessica S., PR Consultant, Wife and Mother

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Bringing Virtues to Life

The Virtues Project is a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life. The Project is sparking a global revolution of kindness, justice, and integrity in more than 95 countries through its facilitators and Virtues Connections.

The Virtues Project empowers individuals to live more authentic meaningful lives, families to raise children of compassion and integrity, educators to create safe, caring, and high performing learning communities, and leaders to encourage excellence and ethics in the work place. It has inspired and mobilized people worldwide to commit acts of service and generosity, to heal violence with virtues.

The Five Virtues Strategies awaken the gifts of character, through inspiring programs, books, and materials that help us to remember who we really are and to live by our highest values.

The Virtues Project was founded in Canada in 1991 by Linda Kavelin Popov, Dr. Dan Popov and John Kavelin. It was honored by the United Nations during the International Year of the Family as a "model global program for families of all cultures".
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"The Virtues Project is a model global program for families of all cultures."
United Nations Secretariat, International Year of the Family

"The Virtues Project is a bridge between cultures."
Robert Greenway, Tahltan elder

We always knew that the main purpose of life on this earth was to develop virtues --- to be 'good' people and 'know' ourselves, but it was The Virtues Project that gave us the knowledge and the tools to begin that journey. Our gratitude for the ongoing growth and development of this great Project is boundless. And, in the process of our personal discovery, we have been privileged to guide others along this essential and meaningful path. What better thing is there than this?
Master Facilitators, Sheldon Ramer, counsellor and psychotherapist, New Zealand
Ellen Montague, administrator of Canterbury Virtues Trust, New Zealand

"TheVirtues Project is one of the best things to happen to the Boys & Girls Club. It helps us respectfully address the spirit of our kids and gives new hope to us all."
S. Lake, Board Member, B&G Clubs Twin Cities, Minnesota

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