Healing Seekers Newsletter August 2017
The post production phase of our Congo documentary is progressing beautifully! This exploration of this particular section of the Congo jungle, which has no documentation of flora or fauna, will immerse students and viewers into an environment that remains isolated and rarely seen.
A Baka healer, blind since birth, sharing information about a plant he uses in treatments.
The documentary and corresponding materials will introduce students to remote tribes and people, including a powerful Baka healer who has been blind since birth. Along the way, social emotional character is emphasized, encouraging traits such as determination, grit, perseverance, and integrity.
Healing Seekers’ Founder Speaks at Key Educational Conferences
Healing Seekers’ Founder and Executive Director, Amy Greeson, was the keynote speaker at the NCACTE Awards Banquet and a seminar speaker at the CTE Conference held in July at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center. Approximately 4000 North Carolina Educators and Administrators, focused on career and technical education, STEM and science curriculum standards gathered for the 5 day conference.
In March, Greeson gave 3 speeches during the NC HOSA Convention. Students from all over North Carolina whose interests are in pursuing health and science careers gathered at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center for the 4 day conference.