Jean Houston

Lisa Bloom, Attorney at Law  |  Jean Houston, Author/Lecturer   |  Marilyn Rainwater, Political Candidate
Sara Jane Rose, Founder of Sally’s List  |  Charlene Spretnak, Author/Lecturer Marianne Williamson, Author/Lecturer
Adam Winkler, Professor of Law  |  Womens Campaign School at Yale University

Jean Houston, Author/Lecturer, Human Potential Movement

Jean Houston is an American scholar, lecturer, author and philosopher who has helped pioneer and motivate the human potential movement. As a visionary thinker and teacher, Houston holds conferences and seminars with social leaders, educational institutions and business organizations worldwide as well as with her own mystery school training programs and seminars. Considered to be one of the main experts in human development, she has pioneered many new methods in bringing people to a higher order of consciousness and capacity. She has worked in over 40 cultures and in 108 countries, helping leaders maintain cultural pride and identity as their countries become part of the global community. She has worked extensively with women helping them to design and accomplish new styles of leadership as well as ways of becoming change agents.

[pullquote align=”right” textalign=”left|center|right” width=”30%”]Jean will illumine our understanding of a “holistic politics,” with her brilliant ability to integrate the “whole person” into political and social activism.[/pullquote]

Jean has been mentored by Margaret Mead, been personally inspired by Helen Keller and advised Hillary Clinton. As an author, Houston has written or co-written 27 books. She has been a consultant in many areas of systemic change and especially to United Nations agencies, working with UNICEF and, since 2003, has been consultant to The United Nations Development Program training leaders in human development in the light of social change. Through her work with nations around the world, Jean Houston has developed methods to ignite cultural awareness and pride within societies, and to use these forces to help rejuvenate underachieving cultures. Always working with an optimistic eye toward what the human and society could be, Houston has pioneered the concept of approaching social development and progress the way an artist approaches a work of art. This technique, Social Artistry, represents a new model for leadership.

Jean will illumine our understanding of a “holistic politics,” with her brilliant ability to integrate the “whole person” into political and social activism.