Occupational Therapy Without Boarders

Frank Kronenberg | November 5, 2013

Frank Kronenberg is an international guest lecturer and consultant. He has extensive international experience in development contexts. As an occupational therapist he has worked in the US, Netherlands, and with street children in Mexico and Guatemala. He is one of the editors of Occupational Therapy without Boards, Volumes One and Two. Kronenberg currently holds a part-time position as a lecturer and consultant at Zuyd University in Heerlen, the Netherlands. He is Chairman of the Board for GAPA (Grandmothers Against Poverty & Aids), and co-founder of Shades of Black Works, a business with a threefold social mission: strengthing places of origin, forging connections, and collective story-making.

Come join us on November 11, 7:00-8:30pm in Kennedy Auditorium, Conaton Learning Commons 412, Xavier University. Free and open to the public.

For more information, please call 513-745-3922.