What Does “Community Begins Within You”
Mean to You?


with Patty Tanji & Terri Alamo


Terri Alamo (new CSC Executive Director) and Patty Tanji (CSC Collaborative Associate) explain their understanding of what Community means to them and their lives & work.


Date: February 25th 2018

Time: 9 am PDT / 12 pm EST / 5 pm UK Time

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About The Speakers

Patty Tanji

Patty Tanji

Patty Tanji lives in Eagan, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul/Minneapolis where she lives a simple life surrounded by nature. An active volunteer in many regards she started sharing the principles at a homeless shelter for families when she realized the stress the residents seemed to be experiencing one day. Then, in the middle of a yoga set, a thought came to her to share the principles at an addiction treatment center. As if by magic, the opportunity presented itself. How does that work? She now shares the principles at an addiction treatment center focused on residents from the LGBTQ community.

Patty is the president of the Pay Equity Coalition of Minnesota where she advocates for gender pay equity laws and educates the public on all matters affecting the economic status of women. Understanding how Mind, Consciousness and Thought play out in our lives has huge implications for women and the size of their paychecks both from a public policy and from an individual standpoint. She looks forward to playing with these ideas in the next legislative session. Patty also spends a great deal of her time volunteering in her spiritual center as board member, youth educator, dish washer, weed puller, website developer, hand holder, and change maker.

Patty has a Bachelor of Science in Business degree and a Masters degree in Liberal Studies from the University of Minnesota. She is originally from Waterloo, Ontario and is now a naturalized American citizen. Home is with her husband Todd, the beagle dog Pepper, and Jimi the mean cat. She has two grown daughters who don’t come around to see her nearly enough.

Terri Alamo

Terri Alamo

Terri was first introduced to the Principles in 2010 and has been promoting the understanding ever since in support roles with Three Principles facilitators and organizations such as Michael Neill, Annika Hurwitt, Linda Pritcher, Cathy Fandrich, and 3PGC. Her role working with Michael Neill as his "magic elf" included all aspects of running a coaching business and set up and attendance at 5 Supercoach Academies and numerous other trainings. As a Virtual Assistant she works with individual clients doing tasks including bookkeeping, web site maintenance for WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, and html sites, e-list maintenance with Mailchimp, Aweber, Constant Contact, Direct Response and Infusionsoft, social media posting and advertising on all platforms, calendar maintenance and integration, Webinars, Teleseminars, Live events, setup, production and follow up, eCourse setup and delivery, audio and video processing and editing, customer service, tech support, marketing, branding and business consulting, specializing in organizational systems, branding, brainstorming, accountability, and product creation. Terri received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from SUNY Empire State College in 2003. She started her own Virtual Assistant Company, TLC for Coaches in 2008 after working in various businesses including banking, abrasives, the newspaper industry, and for the Catholic Dioceses in roles that included member services, business manager, accountant, CFO and sales positions. Terri looks forward to spreading an awareness of the "inside-out" approach to human resiliency within communities around the world with passion and enthusiasm.
 
Terri Alamo (new CSC Executive Director) and Patty Tanji (CSC Collaborative Associate) explain their understanding of what Community means to them and their lives & work. #threeprinciples #3p #telesummit #TCIO2018