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Peter Moore, President

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Peter Moore, President

Peter Moore, President

Peter is Business Director of Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat & Conference Center and former Publisher/Editor of Alternatives Magazine. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Living Dharma. Peter provides mediation, facilitation and editing services to a variety of clients.

Christine Lines, Executive Director

Christine Lines, Executive Director

 

Christine is Executive Director of the Holistic Centers Network and Network Weaver of the Findhorn Foundation. She worked in Travel and Tourism for over ten years enjoying the outer adventure, before focusing on the inner journey. A writer and traveller at heart, Christine has a passion for conscious communication, human potential, marketing, networking and collaboration in the global community. She first heard about the Gathering in 2010 when she was the Retreats Manager of the Byron Yoga Centre in Australia. Surprised to discover there was no website she has been dedicated to the development of the HCN ever since. The spiritual community of Findhorn has been her home for seven years . 

Werner Brandt, Secretary/Treasurer

Werner Brandt, Secretary/Treasurer

Werner has worked with technology for over 30 years, specializing in using online platforms to enhance collaboration and build community networks. He has developed the website, Work That Reconnects Network and Deep Times Journal based on the teachings of Joanna Macy. He is a facilitator of the Work That Reconnects and has participated in trainings with Animas Valley Institute and the Compassionate Listening Project. His website is http://dharmaseeds.org/

Rachel Davey

Rachel Davey

Rachel has worked for 25 years in a variety of educational contexts in Canada and internationally. From 2009-2017 she was Executive Director of The Haven, a centre for transformative learning on Gabriola Island, British Columbia. Having lived and worked in seven different countries around the world during her career, she is passionate about fostering and creating unity in diversity and working with organizations like the HCN whose mission is to strengthen connection and collaboration. 

Carol Donahoe

Carol Donahoe

Carol has worked in the retreat center business for over 20 years, originally as a consultant, for three years as the Director of a Women’s Spirituality Center, and for the past 11 years at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies where she currently holds the position of Program Director. Her passion is creating  programs that have the ability to transform people’s lives, and her experience has shown her the capacity holistic centers have to create those opportunities. She is a natural networker and connector who enjoys bringing others together to see what greater gifts can emerge out of the connections. She spent a great deal of her life travelling the world, living in several locations in the U.S. as well as Japan, Germany and France. She currently lives in the Hudson Valley, NY.

Sean Feng

Sean Feng

Sean Feng is one of the few pioneers in the early 1990’s to have traveled along the path of personal growth that was unheard of in China until many years later. He went to The Haven to study with the founders, Jock and Ben, and other teachers there and earned it’s diploma in counselling. Sean returned to China in 2000 and helped found Haiwen Institute, the Haven affiliated teaching center. He supervises their Diploma in Counseling and there are now over five thousand graduates from Haven core programs in China. In 2015 Sean hosted the first HCN Gathering in Beijing. In 2017 he joined the Beijing based Bene Wellness Institute as it’s Director of Education and liaison of International Relations and actively strengthens our connections with the holistic impulse in China.

Ralph White

Ralph White

Ralph White is the co-founder of the New York Open Center, the city's leading venue for holistic learning for the last 33 years. He currently directs the Art of Dying and Esoteric Quest conferences. He is the author of the memoir, The Jeweled Highway: On the Quest for a LIfe of Meaning, and edited Lapis Magazine for six years. He is a world traveler, speaker, writer, sometime radio host, and organizer of multiple events to do with consciousness, spirituality, ecology and social change over the last four decades. He was present at the first Gathering of Holistic Centers over thirty years ago and has attended them faithfully ever since. He lives in New York City.