Dr. Michael Fowlin, better known as Mykee, is no stranger to the stage. He has been formally acting since age 11, but started creating voices (via prank calling) at age 9. In addition to his talents on stage, he has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Evangel University, in Springfield, Missouri, and in the fall of 2001, he obtained a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Rutgers University.
His programs combine both his professional acting talents and his psychological training. His mission is to create an atmosphere of worldwide inclusion, not just tolerance, towards all people. He has worked extensively with all age groups in the United States and in other countries. His work has included peer mediation, diversity trainings, gender equity workshops, and violence prevention seminars.
Website – www.mykeefowlin.com
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Mel Cort returns to Third Space first as a guest and now as a co host. She is an activist, founder of Not In Our Town, Olney, Brookeville Sandy Spring (NIOTOBSS) an antiracism and anti-bullying program she started at the age of 11. Through local business support of NIOTOBSS, Mel hosted a diversity leadership conference free to students interested in anti-bias work. She has also served as keynote speaker, and was on the planning committee for the East Ed Middle School Diversity Conference. Mel is a full time high school student at Mercersburg Academy and has been recognized for her performing and visual arts as well as being a mutiple award recipient for her poetry making her the ideal co host for the interview with Mykee.
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