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Humanity Rising Day 196 – Wednesday March 3, 2021
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The Intersection of Beliefs, the Arts and Transformation
- Lesley Southwick-Trask is an anthropologist specializing in cultural transformation. As a strategist, Lesley has led large-scale transformational initiatives in over 500 organizations and communities. She spent the past decade hosting pilgrims at the Quinta Estrada Romana on the Portuguese Camino de Santiago. Recognised as one of the Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, Top 100 Women Business Owners in Canada, and Top 50 CEOs in Atlantic Canada, Lesley continues to challenge the status quo as a writer, broadcaster, strategist and social activist.
- Kurt Krueger is a global citizen serving a regenerative society and life on our planet. He is a Polymath, Philosopher, Explorer, Alchemist for Love, and Pragmatic Futurist. Since the 70s, Kurt has led programs on 5 continents for elite athletes/coaches and educational institutions. He has taught in the ghettos of Los Angeles for 40+ years and was on a hijacked airplane, which led to his offering of stress management programs at the UN and Oxford U. Medical School. He presents/promotes Pachamama.org Alliance/Drawdown and has written the Best-Selling series, Winning Ways for Living.
- Rodney Whittenberg is an Emmy Award winning modern “renaissance man.” Co-Producer, Composer and Editor, his interests and professional endeavors are broad ranging from full-length film production to music composition. He is fascinated by discovering what makes things tick and how to creatively intersect with them, whether it is the inner vision of his clients or new ways to use the latest technical advances. Website: MelodyVision.com
- Vic Compher is a filmmaker, licensed clinical social worker, workshop trainer, and author. His most recent film is “Portraits of Professional CAREgivers: Their Passion. Their Pain.”which addresses secondary trauma and staff resiliency. The film has been broadcast widely on American Public Television, screened at many public and professional venues around the country, including various national and regional conferences, and many workshops. The CAREgivers film was nominated for a regional Emmy for outstanding documentary in 2018.
- Jonathan Sprout is the founder of Force for Good whose mission is to create uplifting music and song-films that address pressing global issues and encourage action through education and inspiration. He is a Grammy®-nominated recording artist who has recorded 12 albums, performed more than 6,500 concerts and taught more than 800 songwriting workshops throughout the United States. The premiere music CD Passions was released February 2020, reaching #2 on the ZMR TOP-100 Music Charts; corresponding films premiered each month of 2020. The second CD in the series, Innocence, debuts February 2021 with corresponding films to premiere monthly.
- Phyllis Chapell has spent her life developing a universal musical style singing “world songs.” Her repertoire includes songs in 13 languages from Brazil, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East, as well as American folk, jazz, originals and popular music. She has been named as one of the top 500 jazz vocalists of all time by Scott Yanow (Down Beat, Jazz Times and AllMusicGuide). She has also won song competitions for her original music; and was chosen to be one of Indie-Music’s Top 25. For fifteen years she collaborated with a brilliant pianist/composer/arranger, Dan Kleiman. Dan died suddenly in 2010…and then, another loss, in 2012—the death of Phyllis’ husband, Dr. Mark Chapell. After these tragedies, she has rebuilt her life around her music…continuing her ensemble, now called Phyllis Chapell & SIORA.
- David Heitler-Klevans is a full-time performing musician with Two of a Kind (children’s/family music) and Acoustic Blender (alternative folk). He is a longtime member of the People’s Music Network, the Children’s Music Network and AFM Local 1000, and also sings at rallies, marches, demonstrations and vigils with Voices Rising Philly. David has a life-long passion for music related to social justice, and he devotes a lot of time and energy to writing, performing, recording, reading about, teaching about, discussing, and listening to all genres of “political music.”
- Kathryn Alexander (Chat Moderator) has gone from having one of the first weaving and spinning stores in the country to photographer and regenerative coach. Working with neighborhoods in Spokane, WA led to her running for city council in 2016. Active still as chair of her district’s neighborhoods leadership team, Kathryn sits on the board of the city’s Housing and Human Services committee and is a founding member of the new Inland Northwest Unitarian Universalist Community (INUUC). Kathryn’s current work, as the founder of Bridge To Partnership, involves the training and certification of coaches, consultants and business leaders in shifting to regenerative practices in their own lives and their business practices. Her values work, and the Resilient Values Set™ specifically, offers a clear path forward into a lasting partnership with Nature - ensuring that, as the Earth thrives, so will humans.
- Jim Garrison, President, Ubiquity University
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