ABOUT

Dr. Tamara Stenn

Dr. Tamara Stenn

The quintessential Social Entrepreneur.  Tamara works with entrepreneurs of all ages to help them realize their dream business and make it into a sustainable reality, always seeking ways in which to not only benefit the entrepreneur but also enrich society and the natural environment.

Raised in New York and living in Vermont (after a few years living in Washington, DC and Bolivia, South America), Tamara is a Fulbright scholar, professor, writer, researcher, and social entrepreneur.  She makes authentic voices heard in order to create public discussion, grow understanding, awareness and bring about greater social and economic justice through collaboration and enterprise development. Her main areas of interest are indigenous knowledge, Suma Qamana (bien vivir), social entrepreneurship and sustainable ways of being.

Most recently, Tamara became faculty at Landmark College where she teaches Entrepreneurship and Economics to neurologically diverse students with autism, ADHD, dyslexia and other neurodiverse ways of learning.