I was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. From an early age, I was drawn to God, to altered states of consciousness, and to the paranormal. I was recognized as a young teenager in the Christian church for a natural ability to teach. I immediately began to teach while also receiving mentorship.
At 20 years old, I left the Christian tradition as a spiritual seeker. It was the following year in 2011 I discovered the work of consciousness researcher and physicist Tom Campbell. I’ve been a student of Tom’s work since.
For the next 10 years, I deepened in my own personal and professional healing. I received a Masters of Social Work degree and started a successful career as a trauma psychotherapist. I received countless sessions to address unresolved personal as well as epigenetic trauma. All the while I was an ongoing a student and practitioner of meditation.
In 2017, I attended my first in-person immersive with Tom at the Monroe Institute. In 2021, I dedicated my life to more intensive study of MBT and meditation, prioritizing any and all live MBT Events with Tom and with the community.
At 33 years old, I committed myself to serving the MBT community and vision as the mission of my life. This included volunteering for MBT, starting community-centered programming for the MBT community, and stepping into a more explicit role of service through teaching and group facilitation.
I have been blessed to have had extensive mentorship, study, personal sessions, and consultation with:
Thomas “Tom” Campbell, Physicist, Consciousness Researcher
Marla Frees, Transformational Psychic Medium
Fatima El-Hindi, Physics Professor & Consciousness Researcher
Steve Hoskinson, Organic Intelligence Founder
Kathy Kain, Founder of Somatic Practice
Peter John “PJ” Kinkel
Social Justice Disclosure
I am a proud advocate of 1) social justice for all beings, 2) social responsibility to the planet and all of life on it, and 3) individual responsibility for one’s own experience and behaviors.
I welcome and serve all individuals who have sincerity in their search for a better life, regardless of their creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.