Carin Winter

Carin Winter is the founder and CEO of Mission Be, Mindful Education and has successfully impacted thousands of children with mindfulness.

Carin Winter is the founder and CEO of Mission Be, Mindful Education and as of April 2016 has successfully brought mindfulness into over 42 schools from Big Sur, California to Harlem, New York- scaling their impact to over 32,000 students in the first two years. She has been studying the work of mindfulness for over 20 years and is talented meditation teacher, gifted speaker and visionary.

Carin holds a LMSW with a clinical background and 15 years of experience working with youth in schools, foster care and the juvenile justice system. Carin was also clinical therapist for many years and founded Healing Arts of the South Shore where she maintained a private counseling and healing practice for over a decade and the was a School Social Worker at Islip Public Schools for ten years.

Carin founded Embrace Yoga Center in New York in 2007 and lead the company for seven years where she successfully directed a team to teach yoga, meditation, dance, yoga camp, children’s yoga & movement, pre-postnatal yoga, mommy and me classes and mindfulness.

Carin was also recently appointed as the co-chair of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Social and Emotional Task Force lead by Scarlett Lewis of Sandy Hook. She is proud to be helping contribute to this powerful group of gifted leaders, as they work together to encourage legislative policy to support social and emotional learning in schools nationally.

Carin's vision is to scale Mission Be nationally and internationally to bring mindfulness to children around the world.

In her free time Carin can be found meditating, watering her garden, riding her bike, hiking the mountains or practicing yoga.

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