HADRIEN COUMANS

Hadrien Coumans is an advisor for Wellbeing and Peacemaker. He is also co-founder and co- director of Lenape Center

Hadrien offers support and guidance to people individually and collectively. He advises, advocates, teaches and conducts ceremony.

His areas of focus are resilience, conflict resolution, cultural continuance and genocide prevention.

Hadrien

Hadrien is French, Belgian, of Central Asian ancestry and adopted member of the WhiteTurkey-Fugate family (Lenape)

Public Speaking and Lectures

Advisement

Advocacy

Ceremony

Publications

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Columbia University

  • Cardozo Law School

  • New York University

  • The Asian Pacific

  • American Institute

  • The New School

  • UTT

  • Queens Museum

  • Hebrew Union College

  • Caux Forum

  • A Blade of Grass

  • No Longer Empty

  • Intersections International

Education

  • Star Lite Training for Trauma Awareness and Resilience Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute.

  • Mediating Violent Conflict
    United States Institute of Peace.

  • Land, Property, and Conflict
    United States Institute of Peace.

  • Student of the late Lakota Holy Man Chief Phil CrazyBull

Public Speaking Engagements

  • “Earth First”
    Coumans, Hadrien, Pressenza, July 2018.

  • “A New Year’s Message About Peace”
    Coumans, Hadrien, Pressenza, January 2018.

  • “Voices from Religions on Sustainable Development”
    Baker, Joe, and Coumans, Hadrien, German BMZ, 2016.

  • “Constellation”
    McGill, Melissa, Baker, Joe, and Coumans, Hadrien (contributor).
    Princeton Architectural Press, 2015

  • “A Lenape Call for A New Cycle of Consciousness”
    Baker, Joe, and Coumans, Hadrien, Pressenza, 2015

Certifications and Background

  • Star Lite Training for Trauma Awareness and Resilience

    Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute.

  • Mediating Violent Conflict

    United States Institute of Peace.

  • Land, Property, and Conflict

    United States Institute of Peace.

  • Student of the late Lakota Holy Man

    Chief Phil CrazyBull for twelve years.

  • Hadrien is also co-founder and co-director of Lenape Center, thelenapecenter.com
    A Manhattan-based non-profit with the mission of continuing Lenapehoking, the Lenape homeland, through Lenape arts and culture.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EH4VTCkO4yk

His commitment to wellbeing includes
offering personal or group consultations, developing programs and offering ceremonies

Hadrien does not charge for ceremonies

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