Mo Golden supports people to learn through mind-body connection and arts based self-immersion.
Mo’s work is guided by her study of education and interdisciplinary arts.
Mo holds a Masters in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University, with a focus on experiential, arts based, and intercultural learning. She holds 620-hour certification in Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy from PCETI in Buenos Aires, Argentina and a level 1 training in the healing modality Zero Balancing. Mo’s work is influenced by her study of Butoh, Hanna Somatics, Modern Dance, and her learning from artists Deborah Koff-Chapin, Marilyn Frasca, and Yanka Mikhailova.
Mo is certified in Organizational Change Management through Prosci, utilizing the ADKAR method. And she has brought her expertise in curriculum design, expressive arts, and experiential learning to organizations such as La Universidad del Salvador, The Evergreen State College, Washington State Government, HIAS, Avodah, Hillel International, Tomato Spirit Argentina, Heart of the Deernicorn.
Mo co-founded Gold Herring, where she and her collaborator Amanda Herring have created immersive products that connect people more deeply with Jewish wisdom and culture.