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Regenerate Inside Out Workshop: Designing Places to Foster Wellness Culture

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Regenerate Inside Out Workshop: Designing Places to Foster Wellness Culture

What could happen if we put health at the center of strategies? The Regenerate Inside Out Workshop is a JEDI’s Collective initiative that aims to use the Placemaking and Design Thinking approach to foster a wellness culture building. The 90-minute workshop will be facilitated by Hoang Edullantes and Jenifer Batista. It will provide an opportunity for our community to connect and think about solutions regarding mental and emotional health challenges in our workspace. The goal is to reflect and activate collective intelligence toward solutions that apply to our environment. We will also lean up Tricia Hersey’s Rest is Resistance framework to ground us in the fundamental recognition that barriers to rest, wellness and belonging are inextricably linked to the demands of capitalism and white supremacy.

A light dinner will be catered by Concineros. Attendees are invited to share fellowship over food and beverages to celebrate this opportunity to create a better workplace!

Get to Know the Facilitators:

Hoang Edullantes

Hoang is the JEDI Collective graduate assistant and community planner. She is completing her final semester in the MCP program. A trained yoga and mindfulness facilitator, Hoang has been supporting JEDI Collective's various wellness-based programming activities. Most recently, she has led the Rest is Resistance bi-weekly practice group. Her work as a planner is grounded in various embodiment practices and philosophies.

Jenifer Batista

Jenifer is a Brazilian facilitator and designer who has been working with branding and community development with a design-thinking approach for businesses for the past eight years. She is a Young Leaders of Americas Initiative (YLAI) Fellow in the US Embassy Program. She is collaborating with MAPP and JEDI Collective to deepen her studies into wellness-based culture design and collaborate with the strategy and experiences design for the MAPP community.

When: Monday | April 1

Light dinner: 6:30-7pm

Workshop: 7-8:30pm

Where: Great Space | Architecture School

Who’s invited: It’s open for all, but we suggest you get on time and keep with us until the end since we’ll have dynamics and practices to share as a group. If you’re willing to make a better place to work and study, you’re welcome to join us!


Architecture Building

The Great Space


School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation

For disability accommodations, please contact Jelena Dakovic at

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