Lily Ploski graduated from the Holistic Health Education Master of Arts program at John F. Kennedy University in the city of Pleasant Hill in northern California.
Lily has witnessed the power of education to positively transform and change lives during her 15-year career working with students as a student affairs professional and as a teacher. Lily sees learning as essential to health and well-being, as a path to building meaning, coherence, healing, liberation, restoration, re-invention, and challenge in our everyday life to be the best version of ourselves.
Lily has an Associate's Degree from Diablo Valley College in Pleasant, Hill, CA. She completed her Bachelor's Degree from University of California, Berkeley, Master's Degree Teachers College, Columbia University in the City of New York, and Doctorate at Cal State University, Fullerton. Her book, Not Getting Stuck: Success stories of being Latina and transferring from a California community college (Alive Publications, 2017) is about positive self-transformation through education.
Lily is a single parent and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area along with her son, Justice, and her dog, Max. Her personal motto is Make Every Day Count!
Lily is actively seeking opportunities as a personal well-being coach, executive trainer, and international speaker.
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