March 24, 2017
March 24, 2017
Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP & Kristin Meekhof – New York City, June 8, 2016
I’m excited to share with you that I will be sharing I.L.L.U.M.I.N.A.T.E. – 10 Pillars For Overcoming Any Setback at the annual Fitbloggin’ conference. During a June podcast with New York Times best- selling author Kimberly Snyder, I spoke about I.L.L.U.M.I.N.A.T.E. and how integrating even one of the pillars will open the door to abundance.
Months ago, Lord Loomba, CBE called inviting me to his event at the UN. Little did I know at the time, that I would be attending the 2016 Conference on the Status of Women. Weeks later, I found myself introducing Lord Loomba, CBE. During the Loomba Foundation event, he introduced the World Widows Report, which I will be writing more about in the coming weeks. Continue Reading →
Kristin Meekhof writes about her experience as a panelist at The Parliament of World Religions, and shares a bit about the valuable conversation she had with Dr. Robert Gunn in this Intent.com blog.
A few weeks ago I had the honor of being a panelist at The Parliament of World Religions conference in Salt Lake City. The Parliament of World Religions held its first conference in 1893, and since this date has attracted such remarkable speakers including: His Holiness The Dalai Lama, former president Jimmy Carter, Dr. Jane Goodall, Dr. Vandana Shiva, and Dr. Eboo Patel. [Read More]
I’m honored to be a panelist at The Parliament of World Religion. On October 17, I will be on a panel with the esteemed Professor Robert Thurman. Professor Thurman is an author, speaker, co-founder of The Tibet House, and Time magazine named him one of the 25 most influential people in America.
The Dalai Lama, Dr. Jane Goodall, Marianne Williamson, Krista Tippet, Dr. Karen Armstrong, Dr. Eboo Patel are just some of the keynote speakers. 10K people, 80 Nations, 50 Faiths—I hope to see you there!
In October 2014, I accompanied a small group of widows to Nairobi, Kenya. We visited an organization that services widows and their children. The widows live in a slum called Kibera. It is a place where the families live in one room, on less than a dollar a day and have no running water. I was able to visit three of the widow’s homes in Kibera and learn first hand about their specific challenges. I hope to be able to return here. I wrote a piece, Unbounded Gratitude, which was published in Huffington Post, Maria Shriver.com and the Elephant Journal
Later in October, I attended a United Nations event in New York City with Lord Loomba. Lord Loomba was honored with a lifetime achievement award for his global work servicing widows and their children. I also wrote a piece for Huffington Post about Lord Loomba’s foundation.