The Cultura Connector Board is a team of global educators who advise Guardian Adventures on the best design, methods, and use of the Cultura Connector Database.
Uuganaa Ramsay, Cultural Advisor

Uuganaa Ramsay

Uuganaa Ramsay is an award-winning author, campaigner and speaker. Uuganaa won the Scottish Asian Women’s Award For Achievement in 2014. Her memoir Mongol won the Janetta Bowie Chalice Non-Fiction Book Award from the Scottish Association of Writers and following Mongol’s publication, BBC Radio 4 and BBC World Service produced a documentary The Meaning of Mongol. Uuganaa was invited to speak at a conference at the United Nations, New York in 2016.
Claudia Fox Tree, Cultural Advisor

Claudia A. Fox Tree

Claudia A. Fox Tree (she/ her) identifies as a multiracial Indigenous women. She has been a middle school special education teacher for over 30 years. During this time, she has also taught professional development, social justice courses at the college level for Initiatives for Developing Equity and Achievement for all Students (IDEAS), as well as presenting at numerous national and local conferences. Claudia earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts (Boston), teaching certification in elementary and special education from Fitchburg State College, and Master’s Degree in Education from Northeastern University with a focus on educational research. She is currently a doctoral student at Lesley University. Claudia is also a polymer clay artist, blogger, and mother to five young adults (and four cats).
Genein Letford, Cultural Advisor

Genein Letford

Genein Letford is an award-winning educator, best-selling author and global speaker on the Intercultural Creativity®. As a TEDx speaker and top creativity trainer, she has inspired many educators to be aware of their cultural lenses and creative abilities in order to produce innovative ideas for the classroom and workspace. She is the founder and Chief Creative Officer of CAFFE Strategies, LLC which trains administrators, educators and employees to unleash their Intercultural Creativity® for themselves and in their classrooms. Genein believes creative thinking paired with cultural competency are critical 21st Century skills and she is often called ‘America’s Creativity Coach’ for her work in reigniting Intercultural Creativity® and in our youth and in our workforce.
Brenda J. Peart, Cultural Advisor

Brenda J. Peart

Known as @MsBJPeart on most social media platforms, Brenda is a Windrush Wash Belly living in the Gullah Geechee Nation documenting life. She has had the honor of attending schools in the land of her Ancestors, Jamaica; which has definitely shaped her personality and perspective. Her interests lie in the MAAFA route exploring African Diaspora cultural similarities mainly documenting farm to table cultural foodways, dance and the drum and their practices in Ancestor veneration. The Lowcountry has given her access to cultural practices that only happen in this region of the United States.
Avishta Seeras, Cultural Advisor

Avishta L. Seeras

Avishta L. Seeras is a neurolanguage educator, translator and polyglot. She has a B.A. (Hons.) in Modern Languages & Cultural Studies, a B.Sc. in Human Ecology, and has also earned several professional certifications. She is the founder and producer of The Lingua-Cultura Experience, a non-for-profit organization which focuses on creating multilingual spaces for people to share their experiences and knowledge about world languages and cultures. Avishta has recently produced three global events including Connection: A Lingua-Cultura Experience (June), Camp Languages at Burning Man (August), and The Lingua-Cultura Experience at Polyglot Conference Global (October). Her mission is to use the Lingua-Cultura Experience platforms to promote multilingualism and multiculturalism, and to advocate for the preservation and revitalization of endangered languages and cultures.
Nozomi Morgan, Cultural Advisor

Nozomi Morgan

Nozomi Morgan is the CEO of the global consulting firm Michiki Morgan Worldwide, and the host of the Boundaryless Leadership Podcast, offering multinational organizations solutions to leverage their multicultural workforce and become more innovative. Born in Japan, her international background — having lived and worked in Asia, Europe, and North America — gives her a wealth of experience and knowledge as a strategic partner to global organizations leading a diverse workforce. Specializing in intercultural leadership in Japan and Asia, her expertise has been featured in ABC, CBS, NBC, Bloomberg Business, Forbes, HuffPost, Japan Times, Japan Today, and Atlanta Business Chronicle, among others. Nozomi serves the U.S.-Japan Council as a Council Leader and actively contributes to shaping U.S.-Japan relations.
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