Implementing Transformative Learning Theory through Volunteerism in Business: An Interview with Angela Parker
Keywords:volunteerism, pragmatic change, critical reflection, consciousness raising, transformative learning, disorienting dilemma
This editorial interview was conducted with Angela Parker, who is the Co-founder and Senior Partner of Realized Worth. Her company focuses on working with corporations to achieve employee volunteer training, volunteer program design, and employee engagement. The application of Transformative Learning theory is key to her professional and personal mission. She was interviewed by editorial research assistants, Andi Ullrich and Jacie Harvel.
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