Drupon Thinley Nyingpo is currently a resident of Wesley Chapel, Fla., where he has established a Dharma center for study, practice, and retreat. Drupon Thinley Nyingpo possesses the special quality of deeply understanding the needs of Western students, and we have been very blessed here in Florida to receive Drupon Thinley Nyingpo’s kindness and practical wisdom.
Olga was born in Colombia, Bogota. At the age 15, she moved to Fort Myers, Florida where she completed high school and graduated with an Associate of Arts degree from Edison State College. Olga now resides in Tampa and works at Gresham Smith, an architecture and engineer firm, since June of 2017. She is a Project Coordinator and joined Gresham Smith right after graduation from the University of South Florida with a master’s in architecture. In addition to her work as a Project Coordinator, she is a part of one of the firm's initiatives to integrate sustainability in Gresham Smith's culture and practice.
Daniel Caron is a program facilitator and consultant who works with people to improve daily interactions for personal and professional development. Daniel has worked with thousands of people across the United States and outside the country in Canada and South Africa. Daniel is an award-winning nature photographer and typically uses examples from nature in the programs he facilitates. Daniel's background includes years of work in education as a former university wellness program director, SGA advisor, substance abuse educator, and an adjunct faculty member at three different colleges.
The monks will be creating a mandala at the Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch only this year. Peace Week is being offered at all five PHSC campuses. For more information on campus locations, click here:https://phsc.edu/about/campuses