Corinne McLaughlin

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Corinne McLaughlin (born 1947) is an American author and educator. She is executive director of The Center for Visionary Leadership and a Fellow of The World Business Academy and the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland. McLaughlin and her partner Gordon Davidson founded Sirius, an ecological village in Massachusetts. She coordinated a national task force for President Clinton's Council on Sustainable Development and has taught politics at American University. McLaughlin has lectured in the U.S., Europe and South America. She is co-author of The Practical Visionary: A New World Guide to Spiritual Growth and Social Change, Spiritual Politics: Changing the World from the Inside Out and Builders of the Dawn: Community Lifestyles in a Changing World. [1]

Books written[edit]

  • "The Practical Visionary: A New World Guide to Spiritual Growth and Social Change", 2010. With Gordon Davidson, Unity House Publishers. ISBN 978-0-87159-340-5
  • Spiritual Politics: Changing the World from the Inside Out. 1994. With Gordon Davidson. Ballantine/Random House Books. ISBN 0-345-36983-1
  • Builders of the Dawn: Community Lifestyles in a Changing World. 1990. With Gordon Davidson. Book Publishing Company. ISBN 0-913990-68-X

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Corinne McLaughlin - Biography. In Dalai Lama Renaissance (DVD)

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