Antonio M. Salas serves as Custodian of Special Projects at Strozzi Institute, ensuring that special projects support SI’s programmatic and organizational work. He brings over 15 years of cumulative experience in operations and administrative support – twelve years with the Asian American Journalists Association and three years with the Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum. Antonio is originally from Guam and was a Capuchin Franciscan friar when he moved to Berkeley, CA for seminary studies. He brings a deeply religious dimension to Somatics, and genuine stewardship around SI resources. He remains actively involved in music ministry at a vibrant Catholic church in San Francisco.
SI partners with sustainable business with our unique development approach. We meet you at the level of challenge and innovation that you are bringing to the world. In partnering with SI, you and your organization can:
Connect your vision and purpose with your business culture and team coordination. We excel in helping you combine vision + values + action.
Make more powerful declarations and assessments that serve to embolden and enrich both the company’s profits, its people, and the planet.
Activate your employees to take new actions toward your joint purpose, while also supporting their well-being and creativity.
Manage, and introduce, change for your benefit.
Build commitment and effective action through shared language and practice.
Research shows that when these top skills are practiced effectively, they have the greatest impact on leader preparedness and confidence in addressing today’s business challenges.