(Level I – 2014)
My name is Katelin Dutton. I am a senior at URI in the undergraduate Psychology program. I have participated in disaster relief programs all over the U. S. I have worked on assignment photographing indigenous textile artisans in Peru and Guatemala and fundraised for non-profits such as Doctors without Borders and Save the Children. In 2012, I worked in Uganda photographing and gathering stories of women living in extreme poverty. I am currently the director of a chanting group in Newport, RI and see this training as an opportunity to learn more about nonviolence leadership, build my own leadership skills, and integrate the skills in the chanting group.
I attended the URI Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies Nonviolence trip to Nepal in 2014 as an Alternative Spring Break.