I’ve been learning, teaching and practicing Science of Mind principles for over 30 years. My life is about revealing and celebrating the divine power and presence that dwells within each person I meet. With this as my foundation, I have created a variety of expressions through which I contribute to the human experience.
I hold a PhD in Organizational Psychology from Union Institute and University and am the author of two books, Five Steps to Freedom: An Introduction to Spiritual Mind Treatment and The Sorry Syndrome. I currently serve as the first elected President of Centers for Spiritual Living, the organization that emerged from the reunification of the two previous factions of Religious Science that had separated over 50 years ago.
Prior to this reorganization, I held a variety of leadership roles within United Centers for Spiritual Living (UCSL), including Dean of Holmes Institute Midwestern Campus, President of United Clergy of Religious Science and served on myriad committees and teams. I was also an elected member of the UCSL CORE Council (governing body), Chief Financial Officer, and held the position of Integration Coordinator on the Design Team, which orchestrated the coming together of the two previous organizations.
Today, I continue serving the members of Center for Spiritual Living, Asheville and over 400 Member Communities of Centers for Spiritual Living world-wide. All the while, working on several writing projects and speaking to a variety of organizational and community audiences on the subject of conscious and successful living.
My calling is to provide clear guidance and strong, yet flexible leadership to individuals that seek a better life and organizations that desire greater success. My intention is to bring my skills and abilities along with a passion for the full expression of all ideas and possibilities to every endeavor and experience in my life.