Each year Diversity in Aquatics Program honors those individuals who help to further the mission of curving the drowning statistics, increasing swimming competency amongst undeserved /underrepresented communities by increasing aquatic sports participation, for fitness, recreation, health, competition, and professions, for youth and adults.
Nominations are due by Feb 15th. Make your nomination at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScMZ6aXb-B3o5T1WPw_la5H6H7pqBPdBlGwppbhgkI9xjhx-A/viewform
Thanks for coming down this weekend! It looks like some of our future plans are beginning to take form. I’m excited about us taking these projects to the next level.
take care & see you again soon,
Hi Jen - I am sorry too I missed seeing you and hugging you before you left. It was MY pleasure to meet you and your friend. I pray for all good things to you as you continue to strive to make a difference in the world in which we live. I am so glad to know you. Let's keep in touch........peace & love...josh's mom
Dr. Jen - Of course I would be happy and priviliedged to speak with your friend who also lost a son to drowning. I like the concept of speaking mom to mom. Just let me know when. Out of curiosity: where is the place you mentioned that you teach learn to swim? In what body of water? As always - I wish you peace & love - Josh's mom.....wanda jean
Hello and thanks for joinig Dr. Jennifer. You have a very impressive backgroud. I applaud you for all of your achievements. I am humbled that you chose to join The Josh Project. Together we will make a difference in our fight and our mission to stop the drowning, teach swimming, water safety and save lives. Light, Love & Blessings.........Josh's Mom Wanda Jean
Hi Dr. Galvin,
What a Blessing, Privilege, and an Honor to have someone with your diverse background, interest, and experiences to join us. I personally look forward to your sharing on our open forum and discussions. I will also purchase We, Sea, as it captures my interest of your research and documentary on the lives of those children and the impact on them, whose environment consists of the ocean. I love the Swim To Empower site, and will be a regular visitor to keep abreast of the "Good Works" you have initiated. Take Care and God Bless You. Darrick..aka dswimmerman
Watched the trailers on your site, they are awesome. I am working on a few documentaries as well. I would like to talk to you about some different things when you have a chance. Let me know when you are free.
Welcome aboard! You have an abundance of knowledge and experiences relating to humans and the aquatic environment.
As a SCUBA diver living in South Florida, much of my time
spent underwater is in the Bahamas. I am particularly interested
in the research and documentation of the people in the Bahamas,
their attitudes and superstitions regarding the open sea. Eleuthera, it's clear water and beautiful beaches is one of my
favorite dive destinations. Join our SCUBA group here on the DAP network and share some of your personal experiences beneath the sea, in the course of your travels and research.
- Ric Powell
So glad to have you as part of our network!
I have a copy of your book “we, sea”, excellent publication and very cool concept! I love what you’re doing in Eleluthera and hope we can talk sometime in the near future. Please give me a call or let me know how I can contact you.
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