Pam Turner first visited Shambhala Mountain Center in 1991 for Shambhala Training Level I, and has been a big fan ever since. She remembers folding prayers for the walls of the Great Stupa and watching it rise from the ground to its current spectacular state.Pam has been active in the Fort Collins Shambhala Center since its inception, including serving as Director for several years. She is educated as a scientist and a business person, most recently working in organizational and community development. Her interests include Buddhist study, birds, plants, dogs, sky, and watercolor.
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