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Rochelle Y. Ripley

Community Services Director

United Labor Agency

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RADIO | Universal Flag

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A Conversation with Rochelle Ripley
Rochelle has nearly 40 Years experience in the fields of prevention and human services. In the late 1970's, she trained with Bill Lofquist (Associates for Youth Development) and David Hawkins (Social Learning Theory) as part of the Connecticut Task Force on Positive Youth Development. This framed her lifelong approach to prevention and personal and community development: creating positive models of inclusion. Rochelle's philosophy is that individuals, families and communities make their own best decisions when given valid information, empowerment skills and adequate resources. Rochelle founded hawkwing in 1996 as a Native American non-profit agency. With permission from her Elders, she is a Native Storyteller and teacher of Medicine Wheel wisdom for personal development. Through hawkwing, Rochelle is fulfilling a promise to her Lakota Grandmother "to go home and help the people." Prior to her work with hawkwing, Rochelle directed ERASE, a fifteen town substance abuse prevention agency from 1990 to 2003; had lengthy involvement in local, state and national politics; served as Community Services Director for the United Labor Agency from 1981 to 1990; was a founding member of the CT Commission on Children by appointment of Governor O'Neill; wrote the original treatise for and helped found MATCH (a coalition dedicated to smoking prevention and reduction) and served as their statewide spokesperson for five years. To learn more about Rochelle, please visit www.hawkwing.org! Comment(s) | Leave a Comment TAGS:hawkwing, Lakota, Native American, Rochelle Ripley


A Conversation with Rochelle RIpley | Universal Flag

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A Conversation with Rochelle Ripley
Rochelle has nearly 40 Years experience in the fields of prevention and human services. In the late 1970s, she trained with Bill Lofquist (Associates for Youth Development) and David Hawkins (Social Learning Theory) as part of the Connecticut Task Force on Positive Youth Development. This framed her lifelong approach to prevention and personal and community development: creating positive models of inclusion. Rochelle's philosophy is that individuals, families and communities make their own best decisions when given valid information, empowerment skills and adequate resources. Rochelle founded hawkwing in 1996 as a Native American non-profit agency. With permission from her Elders, she is a Native Storyteller and teacher of Medicine Wheel wisdom for personal development. Through hawkwing, Rochelle is fulfilling a promise to her Lakota Grandmother "to go home and help the people." Prior to her work with hawkwing, Rochelle directed ERASE, a fifteen town substance abuse prevention agency from 1990 to 2003; had lengthy involvement in local, state and national politics; served as Community Services Director for the United Labor Agency from 1981 to 1990; was a founding member of the CT Commission on Children by appointment of Governor O'Neill; wrote the original treatise for and helped found MATCH (a coalition dedicated to smoking prevention and reduction) and served as their statewide spokesperson for five years. To learn more about Rochelle, please visit www.hawkwing.org! This entry was posted in Human Rights, Indigenous Wisdom, Radio, Service and tagged hawkwing, Lakota, Native American, Rochelle Ripley. Bookmark the permalink.


Universal Flag » Radio

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Rochelle has nearly 40 Years experience in the fields of prevention and human services.
In the late 1970s, she trained with Bill Lofquist (Associates for Youth Development) and David Hawkins (Social Learning Theory) as part of the Connecticut Task Force on Positive Youth Development. This framed her lifelong approach to prevention and personal and community development: creating positive models of inclusion. Rochelle's philosophy is that individuals, families and communities make their own best decisions when given valid information, empowerment skills and adequate resources. Rochelle founded hawkwing in 1996 as a Native American non-profit agency. With permission from her Elders, she is a Native Storyteller and teacher of Medicine Wheel wisdom for personal development. Through hawkwing, Rochelle is fulfilling a promise to her Lakota Grandmother "to go home and help the people." Prior to her work with hawkwing, Rochelle directed ERASE, a fifteen town substance abuse prevention agency from 1990 to 2003; had lengthy involvement in local, state and national politics; served as Community Services Director for the United Labor Agency from 1981 to 1990; was a founding member of the CT Commission on Children by appointment of Governor O'Neill; wrote the original treatise for and helped found MATCH (a coalition dedicated to smoking prevention and reduction) and served as their statewide spokesperson for five years. To learn more about Rochelle, please visit www.hawkwing.org!


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Rochelle RipleyRochelle has nearly 30 Years experience in the fields of prevention and human services beginning with work in the 1970's with Glastonbury Youth Services.Rochelle is a Connecticut Certified Prevention Specialist.In the late 1970's, she trained with Bill Lofquist (Associates for Youth Development) and David Hawkins (Social Learning Theory) as part of the Connecticut Task Force on Positive Youth Development.This framed her lifelong approach to prevention and personal and community development: creating positive models of inclusion. Rochelle's philosophy is that individuals, families and communities make their own best decisions when given valid information, empowerment skills and adequate resources. Rochelle founded hawkwing in 1996 as a Native American non-profit agency.With permission from her elders, she is a Native Storyteller and teacher of Medicine Wheel wisdom for personal development.Through hawkwing, Rochelle is fulfilling a promise to her Lakota Grandmother "to go home and help the people."Prior to her work with hawkwing, Rochelle directed ERASE, a fifteen town substance abuse prevention agency from 1990 to 2003; had lengthy involvement in local, state and national politics; served as Community Services Director for the United Labor Agency from 1981 to 1990; was a founding member of the CT Commission on Children by appointment of Governor O'Neill; wrote the original treatise for and helped found MATCH (a coalition dedicated to smoking prevention and reduction) and served as their statewide spokesperson for five years.Rochelle holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Political Science.She is a mother and grandmother of four.She combines her Native American heritage and teachings with her professional expertise to integrate a holistic approach to human and community development.


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~ In an effort to raise awareness of Native American culture through storytelling, drumming and singing, Sue Bush, a second grade teacher at Kearns and Linda Betsch, room parent, received $400 to bring Rochelle Ripley to visit and perform for all of the second grade students at the school.
Ms. Ripley is the founder of Hawkwing, Inc., a Native American non-profit organization developed to raise awareness of the Lakota Indians of the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota.


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