Jungian psychoanalyst certified in Adult and in Child & Adolescent Analysis and author.
Dyane is the co-author, with the late Joseph L. Henderson, of Transformation of the Psyche: The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor solis (Routledge, 2003). She did her analytic training at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, where she became a member of the teaching faculty. From 2003 through 2013, she was the editor of Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche. She has written about the arts, the neurobiology of implicit communication, and the role of analysis in analytic training. She is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, a member of the Ohio Valley Association of Jungian Analysts (OVAJA), and a Certified Sandplay™ Therapist with a private practice in Oberlin, Ohio.
M. George Stevenson
Assistant Professor of Media Arts and Technology at Borough of Manhattan Community College.
George teaches film history, scriptwriting, producing and video editing. He is a filmmaker whose works include The Sea in My Brother (2016) and But Enough About Me… (2000), and also an actor who has appeared in Dream Work (2015), Night of the Working Dead (2014) and Show Me the Aliens (2014). A sketch comedy writer and performer whose troupe, TunnelVision, has played major venues in New York City, he is also a widely published critic, writer, and editor, whose articles have been featured in The New York Daily News, Newsday, Variety, Business Week, among other publications.
Pioneering entrepreneur and early-stage investor who catalyzes ideas into sustainable, growing ventures, combining business with social impact in Africa and South East Asia.
Matt is the co-founder of Rex Mercury, a global payments company that won the MIT BitCoin Competition’s “Next Billion” award in 2014, and co-founder and Chairman of eKitabu, a digital content distribution company focused on education in East Africa. From 2004 – 2011 he led sales and client services for Digital Divide Data, a Skoll Award winning social enterprise in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya. He started his career at the MIT Entrepreneurship Center, after which he joined Flagship Ventures (Cambridge, MA) and was on the founding team of Affinnova, Inc. acquired by Nielsen.
Cinematographer and film director.
Ben is president of Topiary Productions, Inc., a Brooklyn-based boutique film and video production company. It takes projects from the script to the final edit, for example Portraits (Mary’s Story, a Brooklyn art glass studio's struggle to recover in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy; Making the Crooked Straight, an American doctor working in Ethiopia. Aired on HBO). Documentaries (Misty Copeland doc; Jim Dine Poet Singing, the making of an original work of art, commissioned by the Getty Villa Museum). Trailers and Teasers (for Lost in Europe, a documentary series celebrating artisanal production in Europe; Obit, a feature documentary about the obituary department of the New York Times); Music videos (featuring bands, as in Sirens, Stranger Cat, Kelby) and Drone Documentaries (Calatrava Bridge, Buenos Aires; Mexico City by Drone) among many others.