La Suprema Lunch: Beyond Love Languages: Cultivating Strong Relationships
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About the Event
Join us for La Suprema Lunch: a virtual workshop to help our community grow, both personally and professionally.
It's Valentine's Day Week — a perfect time to focus on enhancing your relationships, especially with those you spend the most time with (romantic partners, colleagues, family members, roommates, etc.). Hosted by the engaged couple, José Luís Muñoz and Alex Biddle (La Suprema Community Manager, heyyy!), this La Suprema Lunch will give you tools and strategies to make improvements in (or new ideas for) your important relationships.
José and Alex met in the Dominican Republic in 2017 while they were both leading community service and adventure programs for high school students. They both come from a background filled with leadership development, team building, facilitating, and community building. They have used tools from all of these experiences to build a strong foundation for their relationship. This support in their relationship with each other also helps them in their professional relationships — holding each other accountable for navigating these relationships with grace and confidence.
More about José and Alex:
Alex: After five years of working at the intersection of experiential education, cultural immersion, and service-learning, my partner and I moved here in 2019, and Tucson has quickly become ‘home.’ Building community and serving others have always been at the core of who I am, and I'm thrilled to bring these passions to the La Suprema as the Community Manager. Things I’m enthusiastic about: homemade tortillas, travel, my home state of Ohio, my dogs Bert and Ellie, art/creativity, playing in nature, hosting themed gatherings, and dancing.
José: José grew up in the border town of Nogales, AZ, and dedicated much of his time to his sport, long-distance running. He was a varsity student-athlete at the University of Kansas throughout his undergraduate career. He went on to earn his Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from KU as well. Since 2014, José has worked in athletics at the University of Kansas, developing and refining KU Leads, the team dedicated to supporting students’ transition into intercollegiate athletics and prepare them for success on-and-off the playing field. José worked with the administration to develop diversity and inclusion initiatives for student-athletes and staff. José currently works at the University of Arizona in the College of Nursing as Doctoral Programs Coordinator and additionally spearheads the departments Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity initiatives. He is also earning his Ed.D in Educational Leadership from the University of Arizona.
PS. he also loves his dogs, Bert and Ellie, very much
PPS. Alex may have added this in here