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Published on Nov 2, 2012
A call from the indigenous people of the Rainforest to change our Collective Dream.
Lynne Twist is a global activist, fundraiser, consultant and author — has devoted her life to bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, socially just, and spiritually fulfilled human presence on earth. Lynne is Co-Founder of The Pachamama Alliance, Bestselling Author of the Soul of Money and President of the Soul of Money Institute. Her work has taken her around the world, where she has developed a keen understanding of the relationship of people to money: the psychology of scarcity and sufficiency.
An original staff member of The Hunger Project, an organization started in 1977 to end world hunger, Lynne served as a leader of this global initiative for 20 years. During those years she created and managed the worldwide fundraising operation. As she traveled the world learning how to work in a multitude of different cultures, Lynne developed profound wisdom about our relationship to money and the way it governs, dominates, and stresses our lives.
The compelling stories and insights gained from her experiences inspire Lynne's keynotes and workshops, and are the foundation for her best selling, award winning book The Soul of Money. Lynne founded the Soul of Money Institute to express her commitment to supporting and empowering people in finding peace and sufficiency in their relationship with money and the money culture. Lynne and her husband have three adult children and five grandchildren and live in San Francisco, California.
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