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                                                      Staff

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Emmett Fitzgerald is Executive Director of the CBR Project. He began his humanitarian aid career in 2005 in DR Congo, worked for over two years in Haiti after the earthquake and was himself a beneficiary of the CBR Project in 2014. 

 

Hadley Griffin is the Program Associate at the CBR Project. She received her masters in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Assistance from NYU. She has worked on issues of human rights accountability and access to mental health across the Middle East and Africa.  

 

                                                    Faculty

Sharon Salzberg, renowned meditation teacher and New York Times bestselling author, is cofounder of the CBR Project and the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. 

Sharon Salzberg, renowned meditation teacher and New York Times bestselling author, is cofounder of the CBR Project and the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. 

Gayla Marie Stiles, expert in yoga and other movement modalities, is passionate about teaching therapeutic and transformative elements of movement.   

Gayla Marie Stiles, expert in yoga and other movement modalities, is passionate about teaching therapeutic and transformative elements of movement. 

 

Hugh Byrne, Ph.D. in political science, is a guiding meditation teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC who has worked extensively in the field of human rights.

Hugh Byrne, Ph.D. in political science, is a guiding meditation teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC who has worked extensively in the field of human rights.

Carla Uriarte, clinical and social psychologist with Médecins sans Frontières Spain, founded their first psychosocial support unit. 

Carla Uriarte, clinical and social psychologist with Médecins sans Frontières Spain, founded their first psychosocial support unit. 

Maximilien Zimmermann, a psychologist specialized in emergency and disaster responses, coordinates the mental health and psychosocial support unit for Médecins du Monde in Palestine.  

Maximilien Zimmermann, a psychologist specialized in emergency and disaster responses, coordinates the mental health and psychosocial support unit for Médecins du Monde in Palestine.  

Aleksandra (Ola) Witkowska, is a gestalt therapist and has been providing psychosocial support for the MSF humanitarian staff, and led community and mental health interventions with international aid organizations in Kosovo, Serbia and Iraq. 

Aleksandra (Ola) Witkowska, is a gestalt therapist and has been providing psychosocial support for the MSF humanitarian staff, and led community and mental health interventions with international aid organizations in Kosovo, Serbia and Iraq. 

Chia-Ti Chiu, is a yoga teacher, Thai bodyworker, and meditator. She runs a community arts and yoga program at Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti in Port-au-Prince Haiti that she developed after her initial visiti doing earthquake relief work in 2010. 

Chia-Ti Chiu, is a yoga teacher, Thai bodyworker, and meditator. She runs a community arts and yoga program at Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti in Port-au-Prince Haiti that she developed after her initial visiti doing earthquake relief work in 2010. 

Stephanie Kohler co-directs the Ashtanga Yoga Atlanta studio and founded Chantlanta, a yoga and music festival that raises money for charity.

Stephanie Kohler co-directs the Ashtanga Yoga Atlanta studio and founded Chantlanta, a yoga and music festival that raises money for charity.