• Jean Hudon, born in Quebec in 1952, has been at the forefront of the global movement to shift our world onto a sustainable, peaceful, healthier path. With the global network of contacts he has developed since 1981, he has launched various initiatives to facilitate peace, environmental awareness and spiritual awakening. He has published two books – a Guiding Manual for a New World, in 1986, and an ecospiritual novel, The Immortal Child, in 1988 — and created and networked since April 2000 hundreds of globally synchronized meditations to help thousands of people experience first-hand their inner connexions with the Web of Life. For the past 10 years, he has devoted much time and effort to help counter the growing threat of electromagnetic pollution. Since 1980 he has lived in an ecohamlet in Quebec where he grows many of his own vegetables, and spends way too much time at the computer to fulfill his passion for networking information and enlightening others as to what makes his heart happy.
One of the Facebook pages where he regularly publishes material:
• Kate Kheel is a mother, grandmother, musician, and advocate for safe internet and telecommunications technology. With 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) looming on the horizon, she dedicated herself to informing the public and policymakers about the harms of 5G and the IoT, and encouraging better options that provide safe, fast, high-capacity, cyber-secure internet and telecommunications technology for all.
She is founding member of Safe Technology International and was part of the team that developed the concept and trademark SafeG, a safe alternative to harmful wireless radiation. She is on the Advisory Board of Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and Broadband International Legal Action Network.
Her formal training is in music—piano and choral conducting—and she continues to play piano, and to teach her home-schooled grandchildren language arts when not engaged in advocacy work.
Kate cherishes simplicity. She lives in the country, off the grid, and spends much of her time contemplating, experiencing and reflecting on her/our interconnectedness with all living beings and Mother Earth.
• Kavita Byrd brings together holistic consciousness and whole-systems change, with an emphasis on evolutionary spirituality and sacred activism. This includes research on ecology, the climate crisis and new economics, integrating spiritual wisdom and radical social action for evolutionary global transformation. A graduate in English Literature and Creative Writing from Princeton University, Kavita is author of the poetry collection Love Songs of the Undivided, and two books on sacred activism: Quantum Co-Creative Revolution: We Are All in This Together, and Chronicle of a Tectonic Year: Point of No Return, Or Returning to Our True Wholeness? She has lived for many years in South India, at the foot of the sacred mountain Arunachala and the ashram of the great saint Sri Ramana Maharshi.
For more about Kavita, her articles, and her vision for a living community integrating spirituality, social transformation and the feminine, see https://shakticentre.blogspot.com.
• Amber Yang is the social media coordinator for Safe Technology International, and the restorative justice specialist and wellness coordinator for a Northern California school district. She is a regular contributor to Project Censored, a grassroots media watchdog group who regularly write about the importance of critical media literacy and the “news that didn’t make the news”, including wireless radiation and 5G issues. She has extensive experience in facilitating Open Space Technology meetings and in using the Zoom platform.