Mo Golden supports people to learn through mind-body connection and arts immersion.
Mo’s work is guided by her study of education and interdisciplinary arts. She holds an M.A. in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University, where she was a Jim Joseph Foundation Fellow. Her studies focused on: Experiential/Immersive Education, Intercultural Training, Jewish Cultural Arts, and Organizational Leadership. Mo is certified in Change Management through Prosci, utilizing the ADKAR method. She also holds 620-hour certification in Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy from PCETI in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with a concentration in using the arts in cross-cultural and coaching contexts. She has studied dance/movement, such as Butoh, Hanna Somatics, and Modern Dance. And she has learned from visual artists such as Deborah Koff-Chapin, Marilyn Frasca, and Yanka Mikhailova.
Mo is the co-founder of Gold Herring, where she and her collaborator Amanda Herring make immersive products that connect people more deeply with Jewish wisdom and culture. Mo has facilitated programming at universities in the United States and Argentina and has partnered with organizations ranging from an award-winning game publishing company, to a national NGO supporting refugees. Mo has developed virtual and in-person trainings, workshops, and coaching programs for adolescents and adults of all ages.