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Samantha Catalina Sinclair

Samantha Catalina Sinclair completed her MA in women’s spirituality at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, where she is researching love relationships and patriarchy. She considers herself a religious naturalist and “hiereia,” or sacred woman, and she invokes the divine feminine in rituals for planetary healing. You can contact Samantha through her website.

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Leah Novick

Rabbi Leah Novick is the author of On the Wings of Shekhinah: Re-Discovering Judaism’s Divine Feminine. Shekhinah is a form of the divine feminine found in Judaism. She is Jewish renewal movement leader and lives in the Monterey, Calif., area.

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Anna Parker

Anna Parker is also known by her Sufi name, Zebunissa. She is the spiritual director of the Sophia Wisdom Centre in New South Wales, Australia, as well as an ordained minister in the Church of All. Her spirituality includes the divine feminine, the teachings of Jesus and Sufism.

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Karen Tate

Karen Tate is an author, speaker, teacher, social justice activist and host of Voices of the Sacred Feminine Radio.  She is a member of the Fellowship of Isis and lives in Venice Beach, Calif. She can discuss the divine feminine and contemporary goddess worship.

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Kelli Bickman

Kelli Bickman describes herself as a “spiritual warrior” and multimedia artist. Her art has been called part of the “Neo-Goddess” movement. She can talk about her expressions of the divine feminine through art. She lives in Woodstock, N.Y., which she describes as “the epicenter of peace and love.”

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Phyllis Curott

Phyllis Curott is one of the world’s first public Wiccan priestesses. She is founder and president of the Temple of Ara, a shamanic Wiccan community. She lives on Long Island in New York and is the author of multiple books on Wicca and goddess spirituality, including Book of Shadows.    

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Laura Paskell-Brown

Laura Paskell-Brown is a member of the Young Leaders Council at Women of Spirit and Faith. She blends social activism with spirituality and created a women’s circle at Occupy Wall Street. She can address issues involving women’s spirituality, the spirituality of birth and motherhood, and women’s sacred spaces. She is a birth doula in San […]

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