Kyrié CarpenterChancellor’s Award of Excellence

    Kyrié’s passion for story has lead her to a career in film, studies in Depth Psychology, and ultimately to her work with aging.  She has her masters in counseling psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her thesis explored the Anti-Aging myth in America and dementia as an embodiment of the trickster archetype and its facilitation of growth on a cultural level via the integration of elders into American society. Kyrié’s works clinically at a long term care community with elders living with dementia. In 2015 Kyrié traveled to all 50 states living nomadically out of a van . The culmination of this journey was the founding of Prosper a joyfulness center in Milwaukee, WI. Currently Kyrié is fighting agism through non-fiction theater performing in Dr. Bill Thomas’ ChangingAging tour, as a contributor for the Huffington Post and other publications, coaching, and speaking. For more about what Kyrié is up to check out her website

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