SCC Celebrating Native American Heritage Month: Kim Pevia Lecture
November 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Kim Pevia is an experienced life strategist, an engaging keynote speaker, and a skilled, experiential-styled, transformational workshop facilitator. Her company, K.A.P. Inner Prizes, specializes in identifying and addressing the issues that can keep us stuck by continually developing a personalized toolbox to help us hurdle over them. Her favorite work is done in circles. Her favorite topics include Emotional Intelligence, Gifts of Conflict, Impacts of Historical Trauma, Cultural Healing, and the Innocuous Nature of Fear, most of which she includes in Race, Equity and Inclusion work. Born and educated in Baltimore, MD she currently lives in Robeson County, NC where her roots run deep as a member of the Lumbee Tribe. She serves on many local, state and national boards that support community activism and the local economy through arts, food, culture and tourism. She is the President of the Board of Alternate ROOTS, an organization of activist artists in the South. She is a writer, and she is the founder of Artist Market-Pembroke, providing retail opportunities for local and regional artists in southeastern North Carolina. Her love of community and films led her to be the curator of the annual Lumbee Film Festival (along with Cucalorus Film Festival of Wilmington) and the monthly CommUnity Cinema (in partnership with Working Films).