Seann engages in transformative community-based dialogue while modeling the skillfulness to walk in brave space. At his core is a strong knowledge of self and commitment to personal impact. Seann fosters community development while he is vested in forming right relationship across difference including race, sex, gender, and ecology. Spiritually he is driven to serve from a place of liberation, justice, and equity.
Seann has served the Naropa community in a variety of roles since 2012. Seann joined MCIC after serving as Project Manager for Systems Support and Coordination in Academic Affairs, a concierge of sorts for curriculum development and assessment where he produced the BA Capstone Festival, was instrumental as an Instructional Designer, and as an advocate in contemplative technology. Prior to serving as a project manager, Seann was an Undergraduate Academic Advisor where he excelled at forming deep relationships with students. Seann is responsible for coining the phrase and hosting the now annual arts and community celebration, Keep Naropa Weird. He was the co-founder of the Staff Executive Council, giving voice in leadership to non-executive staff. Trained in non-violent communication, authentic leadership, and permaculture design, Seann offers a blend of educator, designer, and social justice activist. Seann holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Education and History from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Master of Science in Educational Media Design and Technology, from Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida.