Episode 2

Helping in Hard Times Eps 2: Dr. Christopher Adams on Back to School in Covid, trauma & music

Dr. Christopher Adams talks about growing up bicultural and how this drew him to learn about the immigrant experience. This ultimately led him to pursue a degree in which he could learn to both understand and help those having a challenging time in the US education system, especially on the US border with Mexico. Dr. Adams talks about teaching students with trauma, mental health struggles, and how his music he plays for the homeless community gives him connection. Listen and be inspired, challenged and equipped by Dr. Adams as he shares and leads with vulnerability. He spends so much time listening to those he encounters. Here’s our chance to listen to what he has learned, and how we too can make a world of difference as teachers, social justice workers, and human beings. Look for his music with his band C.M. & the Revelators on Spotify. https://open.spotify.com/artist/4nPlCn1ih5Hv7RlW6PQtBl?si=p76q2yFqSOWuNzatkX0c-g. Stay In Touch: Connect on Facebook and Instagram with thoughts, questions, and feedback. RATE and REVIEW the show on iTunes.   Find Us Online: @aworldof.difference on Instagram and A World of Difference on Facebook. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lori-adams-brown/support

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Lori Adams-Brown

Lori Adams-Brown is a combination of business executive, international speaker and podcast host of a top 5% global podcast, whose over 20 years of leading global teams has made her a strong and inclusive leader of teams who exceed expectations. As a former international relief & development leader, she has led diverse global teams in multiple cultures where she learned to speak six languages. Lori improves systems, motivates teams with relationship building, and achieves global results. She is a culture connoisseur and a people first global manager. Her happy place is sipping a flat white coffee while having a deep conversation and enjoying either a beach or mountain vacation with the love of her life, Jason, and their 3 teenagers.