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Greetings from the Dalai Lama Center,

We are pleased to make available to you the results of a study carried out earlier this year by Terry VanQuickenborne, a volunteer with the Connecting for Change program. Terry completed her research at Pepperdine University as part of her Master of Science in Organization Development. She examined factors and conditions related to generative change, and several Connecting for Change participants were interviewed for her study.

The Dalai Lama Center had no formal responsibility for the research but is very appreciative of the learning and insights that can be gleaned from Terry’s study - for Connecting for Change participants, the C4C program and the Center.

With respect to the Connecting for Change program generally,  we continue to work to shape the program and financial model for the program and look forward to sharing news with you in the months ahead.

Kind regards,

The Dalai Lama Center

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