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About the NVC Toolkit for Facilitators
The creation of the NVC Toolkit for Facilitators has been a labor of love. We are delighted that 100% of all royalties from the sale of the NVC Toolkit for Facilitators will be donated to Freedom Project Canada, a newly founded organization dedicated to realizing Freedom Project’s mission and vision in Canada.

In addition to the valuable sources of support we acknowledged in the Toolkit Manual, we are deeply grateful to the highly talented team at Kellie-Media for their heroic efforts and pro-bono work of completing the design of our website and getting it off and running."

Meet the Authors

Raj Gill begun practicing Nonviolent Communication (NVC) in 2001 and currently serves as a CNVC certified trainer and life skills coach. She is co-founder of the Inclusive Leadership Adventures, a training program for young leaders, to which she brings 30 years of teaching experience.

Raj offers NVC workshops in a diversity of settings, from schools and educational institutions to prisons, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government. She is a strong believer in the power of compassion and human connection for resolving conflict and creating universal success. Raj grew up in India, lived in England, and has been a resident of Vancouver, B.C. for over 15 years.

Lucy Leu first encountered NVC in 1995, after which she joined the CNVC Board, founded the Puget Sound Network for Compassionate Communication (PSNCC/NWCC), and co-founded Freedom Project. She edited Marshall Rosenberg’s book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life and wrote Nonviolent Communication Companion Workbook.

Lucy values seeing new generations of practitioners supported in their intention to effectively share NVC skills and consciousness. She has actively mentored Freedom Project trainers, helped create the CNVC certification packet, and served as certification assessor in the U.S. Lucy grew up on Taiwan, lived in various parts of the world, and recently moved from Washington state to Vancouver, B.C.

Judi Morin, Sister of Saint Ann and CNVC certified trainer, has been a prison chaplain with the Correctional Service of Canada for 26 years. She is an educator by training and passion. Judi was first introduced to NVC in 1999 through Marshall Rosenberg’s book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life.

Judi decided that the best way for her to learn NVC would be to share it with others who are keen on exploring this new language. She thus invited several men in prison to join her in forming an NVC practice group and is delighted that this group continues to gather even to this day. Judi grew up in rural Vancouver Island and has lived most of her life on the west coast of Canada.

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