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Entanglement Radio with Angela Levesque
46 minutes | Feb 9, 2017
David Barnes on Challenging our Biases
Why do our human patterns keep repeating and how do we change that? How do we learn to get along? Being divided is not new for humanity, these energetic patterns have been going on for eons. Through the use of movies, David Barnes provides a unique and innovated way to shift these programs. Join us for an intriguing conversation on how community can be our master teacher and how tolerance can be achieved through challenging our biases with David Barnes. About the Guest: David Barnes is a co-founder at Peace Of Mind Overtures and co-author of Taming Your Dragons and It’s Just Commerce. He is the co-host of Peace Overtures Radio a weekly l on spreaker.com. David utilizes The Alignment Process, an elegant way to assist in finding more peace of mind in your personal and business life. He uses popular movies to assist individuals in discovering their full potential. It’s an innovative and empowering way to make a dynamic shift in your personal and business life. David’s diverse background includes leadership roles at The Ford Motor Company, as well as executive non-profit experience at The Dallas Symphony Orchestra. He works with individuals, executives, teams, and businesses that desire to make a change and realize a new sustainable set point. David has consulted with hundreds of businesses, entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies throughout the U.S. His diverse client base includes the Federal Government’s Office of Planning and Management, The Center for Leadership Development, The U.S Air Force, NOAA, and Starbucks.
40 minutes | Feb 1, 2017
Matthew Burriesci on Tyranny & Empires: Is History Repeating?
What is a demagogue? Are we seeing the end of our republic and the rise of an empire? Matt Burriesci has studied the foundations of our Western civilization. He knows that history has given us many great teachers to learn from at this moment. Join us for a candid conversation about these troubling times and what we need to think about so we don't repeat past mistakes. About the Guest Matt Burriesci is the author of Dead White Guys: A Father, his Daughter, and the Great Books of the Western World (Viva Editions, June 2015), and Nonprofit (New Issues Press, 2015), which won the AWP Award for the Novel. He is currently the Executive Director of the Providence Athenaeum, a library and cultural institution dedicated to the advancement of the humanities. He began his career at the Tony Award Winning Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, and later served as Executive Director for both the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) and the PEN/Faulkner Foundation. During his tenure at AWP, he helped build the largest literary conference in North America, and he served as a national advocate for literature and the humanities. In his work as a consultant, he has interviewed dozens of global leaders in healthcare, scientific research, and higher education. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island, with his wife Erin and their children, Violet and Henry.
41 minutes | Jan 30, 2017
Jim Self on Mastering Alchemy
What is ascension? What will our world look like as we move into the 4th and 5th dimensions? Jim Self has been teaching healing and energy management techniques for decades. He knows that as we learn to remove old thoughts and beliefs from our upbringing, we can become more confident, capable and full of grace. Join us for an inspiring conversation on our spiritual and planetary evolution with Jim Self. About the Guest The co-founder of A Course in Mastering Alchemy, and an international speaker and author, Jim Self has been leading seminars and teaching healing, clairvoyance and personal energy management courses since 1980. Since childhood, he has retained a conscious awareness and ability to recall his experiences within the sleep state. Over the last twelve years, this awareness has expanded into relationships with the Archangels, Ascended Masters and Teachers of Light. The tools and information presented in the Mastering Alchemy programs is a co-creation of these relationships. Jim also walks well through the third dimension. At the age of twenty-six, he was elected to his first of two terms to the San Jose, CA City Council and later became Vice Mayor. Before completing his second term, he was asked by President Jimmy Carter to be an advisor and the Director of Governmental Operations for the Dept. of Energy. Since then, Jim has successfully built and sold two corporations, and is the founder and current Board Chairman of a third Biomedical Company.
39 minutes | Jan 25, 2017
Shanon Harwood on the Archetype Project
Is our life pre-determined? What are the different ways we engage and understand the world? How is knowing this useful? Shanon Harwood says that we can work with the different archetypes to assist us with our problems and understand the common themes in our lives. She takes a unique approach to her work combining Shamanic wisdom, the Tarot, Astrology and archetypes energies. Join us for an interesting discussion on how we can enlist the help of these energies to enrich our lives. About the Guest Shanon entered the world of shamanism as a teenager intensely interested in tarot and astrology. This interest deepened when as a young woman, she moved to Dubai UAE, one of the worlds greatest religious melting pots. Here she was able to study numerous different religions and soon concluded that although terminology and ceremony may differ somewhat, each faith was saying essentially the same thing. At university, her Religious Studies courses drew yet another parallel - this time to the ancient gods and goddesses from around the world. This, combined with her hands-on experience with religions in Dubai and her now in depth knowledge of tarot and astrology inspired her to devote eight years of her life to writing “It Depends on Who’s Looking - The Archetype Project”, a study of the universality of the Archetypal Energies referred to in religion, folklore and mythology. Shanon is a shamanic practitioner, instructor, and healer who devoted the last 30 years of her life to shamanic writing, teaching, and practice.
35 minutes | Jan 18, 2017
Cynthia Ruiz on Leadership & Indigenous Wisdom
How do we integrate wisdom from other cultures into our public policy? What makes a good leader? Cynthia Ruiz has a unique perspective that blends teachings from her Latina and indigenous backgrounds. She knows how important it is for leaders to be in touch with what they value in life. Join us for an inspiring conversation on leadership, spirituality and how we can make a difference with Cynthia Ruiz. About the Guest Cynthia M. Ruiz is an Author, Professor, Commissioner, Inspirational Speaker and Leadership expert. Receiving over 50 accolades and awards for her leadership and service to Los Angeles. She currently serves as a Los Angeles City Commissioner overseeing a multibillion-dollar pension portfolio for City employees. Cynthia has over twenty years of experience teaching and public speaking She appeared in the movie Discover the Gift with his Holiness the Dalai Lama and Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith. For more information visit: http://cynthiamruiz.com/
44 minutes | Jan 11, 2017
Rev. Dr. Karen Tate on Cultivating the Sacred Feminine
Did Hillary Clinton represent the sacred feminine? What role does Trump play in the creation of a new paradigm? Rev. Dr. Karen Tate has devoted her life's work to re-awakening Goddess spirituality in the modern world. She hopes that one day the masculine and feminine energies will exist in harmony, but in order to get there we need to be engaged and active participants in our future. Join us as we meld politics, spirituality, and current events from the lens of the sacred feminine with Rev. Dr. Karen Tate. About the Guest: Rev. Dr. Karen Tate - author, teacher, speaker, radio show host and social justice activist. Named One of the 13 Most Influential Women in Goddess Spirituality and a Wisdom Keeper of the Goddess Spirituality Movement, Karen hosts the long-running show, Voices of the Sacred Feminine on Blog Talk Radio, considered a treasure trove of wisdom by listeners and peers. Karen has written several books including, Goddess Calling; Inspirational Messages and Meditations of Sacred Feminine Liberation Thealogy, Sacred Places of Goddess; 108 Destinations, Walking An Ancient Path; Rebirthing Goddess on Planet Earth, and Voices of the Sacred Feminine; Conversations to ReShape Our World, the anthology she curated based on her radio show of the same name. She appears in the influential and award-winning film, Femme: Women Healing the World, produced by Emmanuel Itier (Wonderland Entertainment) and actress, Sharon Stone. Regularly interviewed in the media she also gives inspirational talks on topics that motivate, uplift and encourage equality, human rights and social justice activism at prestigious gatherings such as the Council for the Parliament of World Religions and the American Academy of Religion, as well as community venues such as temples, churches, college classes and private organizations.
44 minutes | Jan 4, 2017
Robert Manni on the Balanced Male
Balance is a challenge for most people, but real balance isn't just about what we eat or how we exercise. It is about being mindful, attentive, and bringing harmony to all aspects of who we are. Robert Manni has looked deeply at what it means to balance both the masculine and feminine energies. He understands the path to peace, not only for men and women but globally, is doing the inner work so we can move beyond society's gender mores. Join us for an in-depth look at what it means to be a balanced male with the Guy's Guy, Robert Manni. About the Guest: Robert is the author of THE GUYS’ GUY’S GUIDE TO LOVE, a novel praised as the “Men’s successor to Sex and the City”. Robert’s website, RobertManni.com, features his syndicated blog (On Life, Love and the Pursuit of Happiness), media appearances, videos and news. He is a featured Blog Talk Radio host of Guy’s Guy Radio™ a weekly call-in podcast with over 200 shows featuring interviews with relationship experts, entertainers, writers, and sports personalities. Robert has been featured on ABC Radio’s Men’s Life with Slacker.com. He is also a regular contributor to Huffington Post, Cupid’s Pulse, Thought Catalog, GalTime, a featured expert on YourTango, and was named one of the Top Dating Bloggers of 2015 by DatingAdvice.com. Robert has appeared on broadcast television (NBC’s Morning Blend, WPIX11 Morning News) and is frequently interviewed on satellite and terrestrial radio shows. Robert developed the Guy’s Guy™ platform to help men and women better understand each other and to bridge the communications gap between the sexes. He continually creates a fresh, robust palette of timely Guy’s Guy content focused on life, love and the pursuit of happiness. Robert is a world traveler, Reiki Master, and teacher, certified advanced clinical Master, Hypnotist and a graduate of the Jose Silva Life System. Most of all, Robert is a bona fide Guy’s Guy who somehow survived twenty years of single life before marrying and becoming a father.
37 minutes | Dec 28, 2016
Dr. Georgina Cannon on Navigating Relationships
Some of our most challenging situations revolve around navigating relationships. How do we engage with our parents, siblings, and colleagues in healthy ways? How can we prepare for those difficult conversations? Dr. Georgina Cannon explains that the most important relationship we have is the one with self. Once we really understand who we are, what we value and what our priorities are, we can deal with others in a more loving and productive way. Join us for a common sense approach to navigating our relationships with Dr. Georgina and her Third Circle Protocol. About the Guest: Dr. Georgina Cannon is an Award-winning consulting clinical hypnotist, relationship coach, author and lecturer at the University of Toronto. Recognized as the “public face” of hypnosis in Canada and a respected member of the mainstream health community. Dr. Cannon is a frequent media guest, and her work and views have gained her prominence as a frequent source for news and feature articles on hypnosis and alternative therapies. For more information visit http://www.georginacannon.com
42 minutes | Dec 14, 2016
Luke Adler on Healing Mind/Body & Emotions
How do suppressed emotions affect our body? What does self-love really mean? Luke Adler was on his own journey of self-healing before helping others to seek out health, happiness, and fulfillment. He believes that disease stems from not really understanding who you are and how you navigate the world. He explains that what we are really looking for is to connect with one another in a vulnerable and authentic way. Join us for an in-depth discussion of holistic healing as we blend Eastern medicine and Western traditions with Luke Adler. About the Guest: Luke Adler, L.Ac. D.O.M., is Board Certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Herbalist, and a Diplomat of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, which is the highest level of national certification for Chinese Medicine. He served a medical externship at the UCLA Arthur Ashe Medical Clinic, and practiced Chinese medicine and acupuncture in an integrative clinic in rural India, where he worked with allopathic doctors and Ayurvedic and homeopathic physicians. The founder of Luke Adler Healer Studies, he is trained in the practice of Microcurrent Positional Technique, which focuses on orthopedic pain and structural imbalances.
41 minutes | Dec 7, 2016
Nick Dunn on Revelations from the Dark
What differs between the urbanscape of the daylight and the urbanscape in the dark? What do our built environments say about the current state of our society and our economics? Night walking has been a pastime of many who wish to see deeper into the structure and form of our urban centers. It is an opportunity to move beyond the conformity and confines required of us in the daylight hours. Join us for a fascinating conversation with Nick Dunn about why we are really afraid of the dark and how night walking can give us a new perspective of the world. About the guest: Nick Dunn is the author of numerous books on architecture, art practices, design processes and urbanism. He is Chair of Urban Design at Imagination, an open and exploratory research lab at Lancaster University where he is also Research Director for the Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts and Associate Director of the Institute for Social Futures. He lives and walks in Manchester.
37 minutes | Nov 30, 2016
Klaire D. Roy on The Circle of Initiates
What are the 7 Rays and how do they influence the evolution of our earth? What is the ray structure of our president-elect Donald Trump? Klaire D. Roy is the literary interpreter of Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul's critical study of the ray structure and initiation level of many of our world's greatest influencers. Join us as we explore the startling revelations of some of these icons and how we are being called to look at our collective dark side with Klaire D. Roy. About the Guest: Klaire D. Roy is the literary interpreter of Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul’s ongoing thought flow, and the author of volumes of the Master’s teachings on Tantrism: •Tantrism: Introductory Themes •Training In the Age of Ray 7 •New Tantrism Director of the Medicine Buddha Mandala Institute of Montreal, Roy is a popular speaker and bestselling author of The Manual Of Lithotherapy, Discover The World Of Crystals and Stones. She is also chief editor of La Pierre Chantante, a magazine devoted to health and wellness through stones and crystals. Some translated into several languages, her writings focus on self-awareness, meditation, the Soul and the spiritual path.
52 minutes | Nov 16, 2016
Jacob Nordby on Creativity & Living a Non-Conformist Life
Deep down people want to live a life of meaning and yet we all feel this pressure to lead a "Normal" life. What are we giving up when we don't seek the truth of who we are? How does the exploration of our own creativity help us to break through the chains of conformity? Join us as we explore some of the cultural truths of our 'dark side' and how creativity provides us with tools to wade through the muck and deeply feel and engage in our world. About the Guest Jacob Nordby is a storyteller, thinker, and adventure seeker whose many quests have led him to a deep fascination with life in all of its weird splendor. He has written the award-winning novel, The Divine Arsonist, and a non-fiction title, Blessed Are the Weird - A Manifesto for Creatives. He is the founder of the independent Manifesto Publishing House. Jacob lives and works in Boise, Idaho where he is now actively plotting new novels. For more information visit: blessedaretheweird.com
42 minutes | Nov 9, 2016
Lisa Knopp on Disordered Eating & Our True Hunger
We hear often about the cultural messages leading to body image issues and eating disorders, but are there other factors at play? Is there a difference between eating disorders and disordered eating? Join us as Lisa Knopp shares her candid journey and some of the surprising insights she learned along the way about herself and the deep-seated cultural and biological factors involved. About the Guest Lisa Knopp, author of Bread: A Memoir of Hunger, is also the author of five collections of essays, each of which explores the concepts of place, home, nature, and spirituality. What the River Carries: Encounters with the Mississippi, Missouri, and Platte was the winner of the 2013 Nebraska Book Award in the nonfiction/essay category and tied for second place in the 2013 ALSE (Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment) book awards for environmental creative nonfiction. Knopp’s essays have appeared in numerous literary publications including Missouri Review, Michigan Review, Iowa Review, Gettysburg Review, Northwest Review, Cream City Review, Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction, Connecticut Review, Shenandoah, Creative Nonfiction, Prairie Schooner, Iowa Review, and Georgia Review. Knopp is a Professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where she teaches courses in creative nonfiction. She grew up in Burlington, Iowa, and now lives in Lincoln, Nebraska.
46 minutes | Oct 26, 2016
Daniel Schmachtenberger on Emergence & Our Self Organizing Universe
Why is studying whole systems so important? What can we gain from studying our subjective experience of reality? Daniel Schmachtenburger has spent his life blending different fields to bring together a new story of the evolution of our universe. Join us as we explore the concepts of emergence, synergy, and self-organization. And how understanding these as individuals and within our scientific communities, assist us in understanding the nature, breadth, and urgency of our global challenges. About the Guest: Daniel has a trans-disciplinary science background within a whole systems, complexity, and integral framework. He loves solving seemingly intractable problems by reassessing the foundational data and axioms of a field and then restructuring it from the ground up. He began seriously studying health and neurology when afflicted with neurological and autoimmune illnesses that had no known solutions in either allopathic or complementary medicine. The insights that led to his healing came from developing a new model for understanding physiology and pathology, which he then applied to helping many people address various forms of complex illness and optimize their capabilities beyond their previous healthy baselines. Daniel was the academic dean for a college of mind-body medicine and has consulted for many cutting edge integrative doctors and medical clinics to help find novel solutions for complex cases. He created and ran a cutting edge think tank developing complex systems solutions for environmental and social issues, and has directed a transdisciplinary group of scholars on a philosophy of mind project addressing core questions of mind/brain interface and developing an axiomatic reformulation for the epistemology of neuroscience. He has a significant background with and love for nootropics, meditation, depth psychology,psychedelics, and all effective tools for evolving states and stages of consciousness and evolving the human experience.
40 minutes | Oct 19, 2016
Leslie J Hart on Indigenous Wisdom & the Council Fire Part II
Several years ago, Leslie had a prophetic vision that was shared with him through a sacred indigenous tradition called a council fire. This vision was a call to humanity to make the necessary changes or it warned of our destruction. Join us as Leslie shares with us the protocols of creating your own council fire and why more than ever this coming together is needed.
47 minutes | Oct 12, 2016
Leslie J Hart on Indigenous Widsom & the Council Fire Part I
Can you imagine a world where decisions are made by asking "What will this look like seven generations from now?" There is so much for us to learn from Indigenous Cultures. Join us as we speak with Shaman, Leslie J Hart about the wisdom of the indigenous people and as he shares a prophetic vision and warning for humanity. Leslie also explores the idea of creating Council Fires which can give us a way to connect and overcome what we are facing while allowing us the opportunity to commune with spirit. About the Guest Leslie J Hart is the founder of “The Medicine Lodge” an alternative healing service based in Shamanism. He is an Intuitive, Sensitive and Shamanic practitioner, applying his gifts to help clients gain clarity on their path to self healing. He serves as a paranormal consultant, assisting those in the paranormal field. Leslie prefers Medicine cards (tarot), animal totems , nature, and the Shamanic journey as his methods for obtaining spiritual insights. Leslie is an aspiring author and blogger of spiritually based wisdom. He is a lifelong student and practitioner of both the Peruvian mountain and Plains Native (Blackfoot) healing traditions. He is a Masa carrier and graduate of “Kimmapii Spirit Energies” Alberta, Canada. Leslie is a Usui Reiki Master/Teacher and is certified as a Level I Pendulum Dowser & Scryer. Leslie is grateful for his mentors Marv & Shanon Harwood of Kimmapii Spirit Energies, Larry Secor, Elaine Lajoie, and Greta Holmes, all gifted Shamans and life coaches who have guided him on his Spiritual journey. Leslie is grateful for Sensitive Life Coach and writer, Jenna Avery for helping him to discover and accept his life’s purpose. For more information visit www.shamanhealerwarrior.com .
43 minutes | Oct 5, 2016
John Robinson on Sacred Aging & the Divine Human
How does our popular culture pathologize many of the spiritual changes associated with aging? What is unique to our Elders that makes expanded consciousness possible? Join us for an uplifting conversation about connecting to our divine potential, understanding the difference between thought and reality and the ways we can have direct experiences of the divine with John C Robinson. About the Guest John C. Robinson is a clinical psychologist with a second doctorate in ministry, an ordained interfaith minister, and the author of nine books on the psychology, spirituality and mysticism of the New Aging.
59 minutes | Aug 15, 2016
Rick Smyre on a Framework for a New World
In this fast paced world where our technology and population are growing exponentially, how do we create a thoughtful world? Are there methods or a framework that can help us to have meaningful conversations about where we want to go as a country and as a global civilization? Futurist Rick Smyre believes we are in the second enlightenment as we move from the industrial age into an ecological civilization. The concepts that we build our society on over the last 250 years are needing to shift as we face new challenges and environmental collapse. Join us for an in-depth discussion on how we can move beyond ideas of reformation and engage in transformation of our systems and culture with Rick Symre. About the Guest: Rick Smyre is an internationally recognized futurist specializing in the area he helped originate called “community transformation.” A graduate of Davidson College and NC State University, Mr. Smyre has four degrees and is President of the Center for Communities of the Future. Increasingly known for his work as an author of the concept of a Second Enlightenment, he is also an architect of the new field of "molecular leadership.” Mr. Smyre has been on the staff of the National Economic Development Institute for fourteen years. Married for 44 years to Brownie Allen, Mr. Smyre has three children, Cinda (43), Deric (40), and Beth (37). In the '70s he was the CEO of a textile yarn spinning firm. As a result of his experience at the local, state and national levels, he understands issues local communities face when preparing for a different kind of economy and society. Mr. Smyre’s work emphasizes innovative concepts, methods, and techniques connected with the Communities of the Future idea in collaboration with a network of over 1000 individuals in forty-six states and six countries. The focus of this work is to develop “capacities for transformation” in the thinking and activities of citizen leaders in local communities, especially in rural areas. His articles have been published on various web sites, and three essays, Beyond the Deck Chairs, It Is More Than Either/Or, and The Three Triangles of Transformation by the World Future Society’s Future in 1998, 2004 and 2007. Preparing 21st Century Rural Economies is a chapter in Knowledge-Based Economy, published in India in 2006. Two articles on his vision of higher education will be published in June 2008 in the book, Careers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. Mr. Smyre focuses his work in several ways. He speaks internationally and has provided over 300 seminars, keynotes and retreats over the last decade. Of special interest to Mr. Smyre is his work to help local communities prepare for transformational change: 1) as a strategic networker to develop and apply new ideas such as the Second Enlightenment, Transformation Learning and a Creative Molecular Economy, and 2) as a "master capacity builder” to work with local community leaders to help them develop 21st century transformational leadership skills for community transformation. Resources: Communities of the Future
50 minutes | Aug 1, 2016
Mark Hawthorne on Compassion & the Vegan Ethic
Factory farming is a cruel system that has a devastating impact on the environment. What is often not understood is that it is also a social justice issue. It is the same mindset of domination and power, that leads to things like systemic racism and sexism, that allows us to treat animals like they are a mechanical process rather than beings who feel pain and suffering. It is here where our cognitive dissonance is so apparent. On one hand, we treat our house pets like kings, while on the other hand, we feel it is okay to breed, consume and/or use animals in a compassionless manner. Join us for a meaningful conversation on the far-reaching impacts of our animal cruelty and why ethical veganism, "is an antidote for so many of life’s problems." About the Guest Mark Hawthorne is an activist and the author of three books on animal rights and social justice: A Vegan Ethic: Embracing A Life Of Compassion Toward All, Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering, and Striking at the Roots: A Practical Guide to Animal Activism, which empowers people around the world to get active for animals. He stopped eating meat after an encounter with one of India’s many cows in 1992 and became an ethical vegan a decade later. He blogs about activism at markhawthorne.com, and you’ll find him tweeting @markhawthorne.
43 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
Graciela Tiscareño-Sato on Latinnovation & The Green Economy
How do we create meaning between our values and our economics? Why is it so important to have those values ingrained in our businesses from the very beginning? In her book, Latinnovating: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them, Graciela highlights the work and innovation of Latinos in the green economy. She explains why the cultural values within the Latino community of conservation, sustainability, and creative re-use are an important driver of green innovation in America. Graciela also talks about 'Expectation Reform' vs "Education Reform', because our ideas and stories about other races and cultures need to shift from media driven stereotypes to a celebration of human creativity and diversity. Join us for an inspiring discussion on the emerging green economy and the innovations that are getting us there with Graciela Tiscareño-Sato. About The Guest: Recognized by the White House as a “Champion of Change, Woman Veteran Leader,” Graciela Tiscareño-Sato is a sought-after sustainability and leadership speaker at universities and corporate events. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, School of Environmental Design. Her global sustainability experience includes leading the Green Enterprise Initiative at Munich-headquartered Siemens Enterprise Networks. She helped enterprises understand the economic and environmental value of collaboration technologies that reduce corporations’ real estate needs, energy needs, employee commutes and carbon footprints. Graciela is the author of 5-time award-winning Latinnovating®: Green American Jobs and the Latinos Creating Them (first book in the Latinnovating series) which was listed by Sustainable Brands as one of “13 Hot Books by Sustainability Leaders.” PODER Magazine listed Graciela in their national "100 Green Leaders" list. She actively mentors students who need education and career roadmaps, which Latinnovating provides through inspiring childhood-to-entrepreneurship journeys of today’s green economy innovators. Her writing has published in the U.S. and Europe including Huffington Post (Green, Small Business and other sections),Environmental Leader and more. Graciela earned a master degree in International Management from Whitworth University in Washington State while flying on active duty with the U.S. Air Force. In 2014, the Business and Professional Women's Foundation in Washington D.C. presented Graciela with a National Business Women's Week award for her work as Founder and Chief Creative Officer of educational publishing and multicultural marketing firm Gracefully Global Group, LLC. The company publishes the award-winning bilingual Captain Mama children’s book series based on Graciela’s military aviation service and works with brands and nonprofit groups to gift literature as part of community outreach initiatives. She enjoys living, gardening and fishing in the San Francisco bay area with her husband and three eco-conscious children.
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