Focus on: Marina Randich
When I moved from Argentina to Italy at 23, I didn’t know I was going to stay for 20 years. I wanted to live by the sea, but being extremely curious about words, archetypes, and the learning process, I graduated in Translating Cultures, obtained a Master in Conference Interpreting, and became an e-learning expert, facilitating international webinars.
In 2007 I landed in CREA Conference and fell in love with the Creative Problem Solving process, the Labyrinth and Crea learning community. I found what I had been looking for, creativity beyond languages.
My work now is about empowering communication. As a facilitator and a trainer, I help people find their own voice in different languages. I also teach groups how to draw meaningful mandala art, balancing restlessness and contemplation while activating intuition. I frequently mentor young women at the American Italian Association, at the Women’s Finance Club project.
I keep exploring movement as a grammar of the body, from cycling, rowing, and aikido to yoga, and always dancing Tango.
Marina Randich has presented:
- Learning from Labyrinth: A one-way path to learn, un-learn, re-learn. Let the labyrinth guide you. (2019)