Adasha Turner, CNIM R EEG T, is a retired self-taught Board Certified Surgical/Clinical Neurophysiologic Specialist (IONM). Owner of Adasha Turner Neurodiagnostic Services with prior employment and contracts at UW Rehab, Stanford Traumatic Brain Injury Institute, Harvard Massachusetts General Hospital and University of Arizona. She performed real time biofeedback studies including mapping of the eloquent cortex of the brain, spinal cord and nerve conduction pathways during Neurosurgery, Cardiovascular and Orthopedic trauma surgeries. With 25 years plus homeschooling experience, Adasha served as interim Vice Principal of Muslim Association of Puget Sound MAPS – Sunday School. She serves as Co-Chair on MAPS CDEI – Committee of Diversity Equity and Inclusion programming subcommittee and MAPS Social Leadership Team and helped organize: Uplifting Sisterhood; Black in Islam, George Floyd Stand in Solidarity and Juneteenth programs. She is also a responder of MAPS MCRC COVID-19 Response Triage Team. Adasha is currently a WSU Extension Master Gardener intern, Snohomish County Sustainable Community Stewards & Waste Warrior, WSU Extension Diversity Inclusion “Facing Racism” speaker, and WSU Extension 4-H Volunteer. In her free time, she co-produces the up-and-coming “Unapologetically Black and Muslim Podcast.” She enjoys hosting Ummah Sustained Jr. Master Gardener program, modeling stewardship and sustainable resources with her daughter.