Cheri Wright Kaguah is the Outdoor Play Specialist for Communities 4 Families. She facilitates learning and program development that promotes the importance of outdoor play, storytelling as an educational tool, and building resiliency. Though she was born in Canada, Cheri’s earliest memories are of living in rural Zaire (now the DRC) and she has since lived and worked in 4 other countries. She met and married her husband while working in Ghana. Her background is in anthropology (BA), adult education (CACE) and international social work (MSW), and her passion is community building. She loves her diverse West End community and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else… she just needs regular trips to the forest – her happy place! – to thrive.