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Rainbow Boston Life Long Learning Institute

Fall 2017 Course Instructors

Marja Lorencak Kiker

I have a PhD in art history and I am a museum curator. I have thirty years museum experience and I have organized more than one hundred exhibitions. I was a teacher of fine arts and art history in elementary school, museum guide, and I have given many museum talks and lectures about art and drawing.

I am also a good cook and I love to bake cookies and many types of bread.

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Shirley Riga

Shirley Riga is the author of Tools for the Exceptional Parent of a Chronically-Ill Child.  She has been an instructor for years, teaching court reporting software and Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway workshops. Faced with familial chronic illness, she runs support groups for caregivers of the chronically-ill.

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Susan Alves

I taught English on the high school and college levels for a total of 25 years.  After a few years in the financial industry, I have returned to my first love, education. I’m currently tutoring students from middle school to adult, focusing on writing, test preparation and reading. I hold a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in English.

For fun, I give guided tours of Fenway Park.

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Carolyn McDonald

Dr. Ming Wu is the master I've worked with for several years. From him, I have received two certifications. I have a personal, daily Qi-Gong practice that I do at home. I began Qi-Gong as a way of self help for chronic pain.
I participate in a weekly class with Dr. Wu that is offered through the Emerson Hospital wellness program, Concord, MA.
I teach Qi-Gong once a week at the Stow Council on Aging.

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