April 21, 2014 – Holly Manoogian, , CCH – Executive Director, Homeopathy Without Borders
Holly Manoogian arrived at Homeopaths Without Borders as a volunteer for the May 2011 service trip to Haiti. She assumed duties as Executive Director in August 2011. Holly holds a Master’s of Science in Teaching with a focus in environmental studies. She is trained at the New England School of Homeopathy as a classical homeopath, with additional clinical training in Mumbai, India. Holly has over twenty-five years experience working with nonprofits as a director, consultant, board member and program staff. She is the co-founder of a youth empowerment program in central New Hampshire, where she served as co-director for twenty years. In this capacity, she worked closely with schools, community agencies and families. She trained and supervised staff, and frequently organized and led cross-cultural and service learning experiences for teens and adults. Holly has had a private homeopathic practice in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire since 2001. She offers a free homeopathic clinic each month for children and teens. Holly is nationally certified in classical homeopathy through the Council for Homeopathic Certification.
Developing Homeopathy in a Developing Nation
Working in a compassionate environment, where homeopathy is enthusiastically welcomed is a unique opportunity for any homeopath wishing to experience the value of homeopathy on many levels.
Homeopaths Without Borders has been training community homeopaths in Haiti since 2011. Last year, they added a course for birth attendants/midwives. Holly will give an overview of HWB’s training programs, including information on why homeopathic students, recent graduates and professionals have been such a vital component to the success of developing homeopathy in Haiti.
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