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"Happy new year Nancy. Greetings to you from Uganda. Be blessed."
Jan 7, 2011
NANCY HARDEMAN left a comment for Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph
"Dear Devas, I am looking for a PhD. program. What is the completed name of MK University to search. Do you know some names of mennonite universities in USA & Canada which offer 100% scholarships? Thanks & Peace! Nancy Hardeman"
Feb 8, 2009
Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph left a comment for NANCY HARDEMAN
"Dear Nancy Hardeman I am glad to know you are interested in peace and wants to know more. Yes, MK Universtiy offers PhD in Peace Studies. Besides they have certificate, Diploma, Masters Degree etc; these studies are focused on Mahatma Gandhi's…"
Feb 7, 2009
NANCY HARDEMAN left a comment for Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph
"Dear Devas, Welcome to the peace network. I would like to know if the MK University in India Has a PhD in Peace Education /Conflict Resolution or if the University of Huntington in Canada has those doctoral programs. Do you have a PhD in one of…"
Feb 6, 2009
NANCY HARDEMAN and Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph are now friends
Feb 3, 2009
NANCY HARDEMAN updated their profile
Jan 31, 2009
NANCY HARDEMAN commented on Emilio Salcedo's photo

Nombres de las víctimas del conflicto armado interno en el Ojo que Llora, Lima.

"Guau! It is incredible how many stones like this we are encounter around the world now. We have to do something to make this world to change. Nancy Hardeman"
Jan 30, 2009
NANCY HARDEMAN commented on Emilio Salcedo's photo

Memorial El Ojo Que Llora en Lima, Perú.

"Uhhh, How many situations we have to solving in Soth America! We need work tems to creating a positive opportunities for South America. Nancy Hardeman"
Jan 30, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Multi-lingual School Psychologist ( English, Spanish, Portuguese & French) with strong group orientation, childhood and family guidance background. Major strengths in psychology, evaluationand development, comprehensive psychological assessment and consultation services. Experienced in research, planning, administration of psycho-educational programas, special education projects, leadership, organizational development, training and recruitment programs.

My experience includes thirty-years as a teacher and school psychologist at the public school system in Colombia and Georgia, fourthteen years as a Undergraduate professor at universities in Colombia, where I designed, developed and implemented curriculum for personal, family and organizational leadership in english, Spanish and Portuguese. I also worked one year as a Prevention-Family Counselor in Atlanta, GA. I worked as a Parent Instructional Support Coordinator at Gwinnett County Public Schools for 4 years. I directed parent involvement programs designed to promote inclusion of spanish-speaking families. I have worked as a School Psychologist at Dekalb County School System as well.

Additionally, my life experience as a multi-lingual speaker of English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French is advantagueous as a educator professional. This combined with personal experiences in cross-cultural communication, and other vital issues, have made me familiar with the challengues that many students experience when living in another country different than their country of origin. The integration of my professional and personal background gives me the training and knowledge I need to make a significant contribution to the education in America.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
South America & North America.
Colombia/ Equator/ Brazil / United States
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
United States
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
School Psychologist
What is your personal or organizational website?
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Development, Education, Health, Psychosocial
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Communication, Evaluation, Fundraising, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
International Project of Collaboration of Intellectual Assessment.
Inclusion of Special Education Children to the General Classroom
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Inclusion of Students with Mild Mental Retardation to the General Classroom
Relationship between Productive Activity and Implied Process in Problem Solving
Dynamic and organizational Development- Leadership

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At 4:11pm on February 7, 2013, Bee Intakanok said…

Hello Nancy would like to extend a personal invitation to you on a 2 Day Peace retreat project in March held here in Atlanta, Georgia please visit for details. ~Bee

At 3:28am on January 7, 2011, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Happy new year Nancy. Greetings to you from Uganda. Be blessed.
At 6:24pm on February 17, 2010, Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph said…
Sub: Again violence in India & Solutions- for the quarry of ‘pedro de araujo dos santos’
For your question, how to solve violence/violent groups?
Right Strategy is 2 fold: 1. Philosophical 2. Personal
1. Philosophical: All (rebels, terrorists or any groups) all have reasons for violence. But reasons are as Philosopher Martin Heidegger said, like unending horizons (there are so many layers of reasons on both sides. No quick fix; an attitude of judging the other as fools is never a solution. So the approach is dialogical - dialogue, dialogue again dialogue.
2. Personal: As Martin Buber said the approach is an attitude from “I-it to I-Thou” relationship, respect for one another. With this attitude of dialogue, each side is able to realize how much they harm, are selfish and how much they can give up for without destroying ‘self but giving up ‘selfishness’.
NB: Permanent future strategy should be education on nonviolence in all schools and try to deprive availability of all instruments of violence (arms, pistol etc).
At 11:10pm on February 9, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Hi Nancy,

Just passed by to say hello to and to wish you a blessed and wonderful week.

Love and blessings
At 8:45pm on February 7, 2009, Devas Vargees BA, BTh, MA, MA Ph said…
Dear Nancy Hardeman
I am glad to know you are interested in peace and wants to know more. Yes, MK Universtiy offers PhD in Peace Studies. Besides they have certificate, Diploma, Masters Degree etc; these studies are focused on Mahatma Gandhi's concepts of Peace and Nonviolence. Hundtiction University directly do not offer Peace studies. There is something for Aging Population under Gerontology. If you are interested to do PhD there are many Mennonite Universities in USA and in Canada. Best wishes and peace.
Devas Vargees
At 9:58am on February 3, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Hello Nancy,

Just want to wish you a fruitful week, how was your weekend dear? Mine was great, went out with friends and had some fun.

Bye for now and God bless you
At 10:22pm on January 31, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Thanks Dear,

All the best.
At 9:09pm on January 31, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Dearest Nancy,

Thank you so much too for your nice and kind words, I pray and wish that one day you will make it to Uganda and help the people of this region, and since its your dream to come to Uganda, i know God will make it possible, there's nothing that fails in Life as long as you are hopeful, a friend of mine called Joanne from California visited Uganda last month and stayed here for three weeks, she did like the place, visited places, groups with which we work with and those of other sisters in Mubende District, she slept at mine for two nights, left for Mubende District where she had other friends(sisters) and also went to Northern Uganda thus in Nebbi District that is where she came back and set for Home, I liked her company. Hope she returns as she had promised to visit us again in Future. I pray that you too come and visit us, teach us a lot. Will be grateful

Love and blessings.
At 9:43am on January 30, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Dear Nancy,

Its all okay till then when you will be in position to come to Uganda, but we can still keep in touch. Love to you and blessings.

Take care dear.
At 5:50pm on January 29, 2009, NABUJJA SUZAN said…
Dear Nancy,

Allow me write to you once again, I did contact my superior and he stated for me this.
1. Our Orgn is still in infant stages of development and has no capacity at the moment to sponsor volunteers. We shall greatly appreciate if you can meet your; air ticket, housing and upkeep. We shall be in position to identify for you a good and secure place to stay.
2. We don't have volunteers at the moment.
3. Our orgn is geared towards identifying and working to uplift the status of women through income generating activities, supporting HIV/AIDS orphans at our project school, family training on hygiene etc
4. Our project is currently attached to a primary school where you can work as a volunteer to teach during the week and meet the women group at least twice a week and train them in income generating projects and peace building during weekends.

Nancy, let me hope this will reach you when in good health. And let me know the way forward.

Nancy i left SPW and now in a newly opened organization. as my superior stated it.

Thank you
Love and blessings

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