Teri Brezner

CRN (2016)

Lead, Curriculum & Facilitation

Environmental Justice Movement Fellowship at the New School

Whitby, Ontario

Personal pronouns: She, her, hers

Teri is a multicultural facilitator, trainer and curriculum designer with roots in Guyana, Canada and the US. For the last 15 years Teri has designed and facilitated curricula for hundreds of grassroots social movement leaders as a Program Director at the Environmental Leadership Program, Managing Director, North America at 350.org and as a Curriculum consultant with national and international organizations like Democracy Spring, Rare, Peace Corps, 2Seeds and Phelps Stokes. Teri brings anti-oppressive, participatory and liberation approaches to community development and curricula design.

Teri has a Master’s in Adult Learning and Global Change from the University of British Columbia and BA in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Richmond. She is a leadership fellow at the Environmental Leadership Program and the Rockwood Institute.

Teri spends her free time savoring the outdoors with her partner and son, dancing, reading and exploring food, music and culture through local and international travel.