Master TetraMap Facilitator Jan Alley passed away in August 2021. Her life was full of people she loved and causes she was passionate about.
TetraMap played a central role in her life and work for over 20 years. Her legacy is played out every day through the people she engaged with and the lives she touched in her many workshops. Jan loved all forms of Education, especially the performing arts.
She particularly valued TetraMap’s approach to resolving conflict, the ability to see different perspectives and the focus on the tetrahedron (where all sides are equal and inter-dependent).
‘We all know how much value the TetraMap model brings to our learners, BUT when you add the tetrahedron, then there’s a whole NEW dimension – a whole new way of seeing things. “
TetraMap International chose to create these scholarships to honour Jan’s passion for people, education, diversity, inclusion and activity-based learning. We hope that through this, many more people will understand how strength lies in valuing differences in order to collaborate better, communicate effectively, reduce conflict and inspire change.