Bachelors Degree from Newcomb College in Philosophy and Art Studio, 1998. Five years experience in administration for Universities in Vermont and New Mexico, as well as related experience with cultural competency trainings provided by the Vermont Department of Health. Direct experience with design and delivery of workshop trainings. Ability to provide expertise in communication through curriculum development and technical expertise. Demonstrated skill in human resource conflict resolution. Strength in writing detailed reports, ability to review and process detailed documentation, handle confidential personnel issues, and present on sensitive topics. Training and expertise with advising and confidential records.
Integrative Yoga Therapy
Who's Who in America, 2012
2. University of New Mexico; Yoga for Athletes, Restorative Yoga, Pilates Reformer, Intermediate Yoga; 2004 - 2005 3. University of New Mexico, Arts in Medicine, Dr. Patrice Repar; Spring 2005 4. University of New Mexico, Multicultural Art Education, Dr. Greg Cajete, Fall 2005 5. University of Vermont, Strength Training and Conditioning, Dr. Connolly, Spring 2007 6. Leave No One Behind, Inclusion of Indigenous People in Service Planning, Carol Locust, Ed.D.,UVM, 2007 7. Vermont State Department of Health, Strategic Prevention Framework, 2008 8. Darkness to Light, Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, 2009
Amie Comeau is a French-Canadian living in Washington State. She has taught Integrative Yoga Therapy, since 2006 at the University of New Mexico, the University of Vermont and Spokane Community College. She is primarily interested in civil rights advocacy, arts and culture. She is influenced by Ayn Rand, Alice Walker, and Eastern Philosophical dogma.