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Susan A. Manewich

Susan Manewich focuses on conscious leadership for the positive evolution of all life. She has spent 20 years in the areas of leadership consulting, emotional intelligence, resonant technology and better understanding human dynamics to successfully transition through these global changes.

Susan currently works to bring ethics, integrity and global team cohesion to the field of new energy technology​. Susan is also affiliated with a global economic transformational team focusing on transparency and borderless connection with Wisdom Networks. Susan has worked with the Resonance Project Foundation as a Director and member of the Resonance Academy faculty team. She was involved in key organizational initiatives where science and consciousness could healthily integrate and also led major communication strategies.

Some of Susan’s professional accomplishments are in the field of conscious leadership development and Emotional Intelligence, where her work has been consistently well praised by her clients around the globe including Harvard Business School, Yale University, University of Chicago GSB, London Business School and many others. She has also published work as a lead author on a contribution to Applying Emotional Intelligence, lead developer and author of a series of activities, reflections and exercises titled, “Teaching Emotional Intelligence Skills to Others,” and a co-author of a chapter in Emotional Intelligence in Everyday Life. Susan also contributed to a chapter titled “The Earth as Goddess” in The Mystery of Woman. Susan has been a featured speaker at emotional intelligence conferences in London and Toronto, and most recently appeared as a speaker at the Conscious Life Expo and Survival for Humanity conferences in Los Angeles, California.

Susan grew up in Massachusetts and was a participant with the PEER (Program for Extraordinary Experience Research) group in Cambridge, Massachusetts under John E. Mack M.D. She graduated with a master’s degree in science, focusing on organizational behavior and development. Susan’s passion is working with new consciousness, global strategies and emerging technologies to help humanity “override the current program.”

Susan currently lives in Kauai, enjoys surfing, learning about new science and ancient origins, community activism and raising her daughter in a natural environment. Susan volunteers her time appearing as a host for the Activation Hour on Talknetwork.com.


Terry Sisson

Terry Sisson holds college degrees in Secondary Education and Electronics, with additional graduate coursework in Instructional Design and Electrical Engineering. He began teaching university electronics at 21 and, with a strong physics background, started and directed over 35 companies in a wide variety fields (the first lasted over 35 years). Terry has been an entrepreneur for the majority of his career, following his interests in high technology with strengths in sales and marketing.

In 1979, after living abroad (installing and maintaining New Zealand's first CAT scanner), he was introduced to his first over-unity device in Chicago. While trying to investigate the technology further, he learned that the State of Illinois shut down the inventor's business. One year later, the inventor died at an early age of an unexplainable heart attack; it took Terry 15 years to confirm the actual suppression involved.

For the past 25 years, he has continued analyzing hundreds of new energy devices, conducting experiments and visiting inventors in an attempt to locate technologies that everyone will be able to use.



Todd B. Ridolph

Todd is an Operations professional with a foundation in Industrial Engineering, including the best practices of Kaizen, Lean, 5S, CPFR and APICS. A manager-level thinker with the ability to promote teamwork and camaraderie in a hardworking, winning environment, Todd brings a well-documented track record of satisfying customer needs, solving complex problems and working with complex systems and software, substantiating his results through clear communication and quantifiable metrics.  

After graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. Industrial & Systems Engineering, Todd has been lauded for his work in many companies and corporate environments: Hope Worldwide (Child Development), Georgia Pacific Corp, Financial Profiles, Wizarc, Inc., Deutsch Defense & Aerospace, Cardinal Health, STATS LLC (FOX Sports /Associated Press), and Callaway Golf Company.  

Todd's expertise is in creating efficiency and bringing results to a wide variety of different types of organizations, whether through the software development of searchable knowledge bases for employee training programs, improving assembly processes, introducing new manufacturing data collection methods or providing and experienced voice during collaborations on challenging planning processes.



David Niebauer

David received his B.A. from the State University of New York, magna cum laude, followed by a Masters degree from the University of Michigan, and J.D. from the Brooklyn Law School, where he was Articles Editor for the Journal of International Law. He went on to build a highly successful legal practice as a Partner with Graham and James LLP (now Squire Sanders), where he specialized in Securities Law, Venture Capital Financing and Mergers and Acquisitions. He later joined DigitalVentures, Inc., a corporate venture capital firm, as General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer.  

David has over 20 years of domestic and international corporate finance experience, with a particular focus on clean energy and environmental technologies. He brings a wealth of experience, financing contacts and business acumen to his practice, and has significant experience in renewable energy project development as well as all aspects of corporate finance and M&A transactions. David has represented numerous companies in complex M&A and financing transactions, and currently acts as General Counsel (including IP strategy, protection and licensing) for innovative clean-tech companies, including Smart Wire Grid, Brillouin Energy Corporation, and LumiGrow.  

Purpose Statement: "Manifesting ideas and technologies that advance the human spirit."  
There is no question that the time has arrived for a revolution in the way we produce and consume energy. It is ironic that in a world composed of matter and energy, the freeing of energy for productive use has become such a challenge. It is also ironic that the difficulties we face are largely due to our insistence on low-technology solutions to generating energy. We continue to employ perhaps the earliest known human technology (burning with fire) to generate the vast majority of the energy used in our otherwise technologically-advanced civilization.  

I believe that human beings employing the scientific method can unlock Nature's mysteries. We may never find answers to the ultimate questions, but can still be successful in incremental ways. And the more we are able to understand how things work, the more powerful we become... and are able to alleviate suffering and improve the standard of living of all humans on the planet. This power can also be used to raise humanity to ever new levels of attainment— both physical and spiritual.  

Tapping renewable energy sources is simply more advanced, more elegant, than burning fossil fuels. And it will provide us with more power. The more we understand and work within the balance of interconnecting forces that make up our world, the further we are able to evolve to higher levels of knowledge and consciousness. Living sustainably on the planet is the baseline from which all further development of humanity can begin; without it, no true progress is possible. For these reasons, I focus my practice on clean technologies and renewable energy, doing my part to bring about a transformation in the world's energy infrastructure.



Stefani Paulus

Stefani brings over 25 years of professional work focusing on national/international public relations, press facilitation, and major event productions. Known as an "Intuitive Marketer," she keenly weaves athletes, celebrities, noted scientists, and prototype products into the media and events, and has worked with and represent some of the top names in the public arena.  
Stefani firmly believes that public relations and communications can and should be applied with integrity to all subjects humanity would benefit from, and her educational background reflects this diversity, combining her earlier marketing and business studies at the University of Virginia with her ongoing research into sustainable lifestyles and holistic, Naturopathic and anti-aging medicines.  

Stefani is currently the Director of Business Development for both Chi Worldwide (chiworldwide.org) and the Global Breakthrough Energy Movement (globalbem.com), and has also, since 2008, taken an active part in the production and business development of Internet TV and radio shows, as well as launching the Power Up channel.  

Realizing that the future of a sustainable world starts with communication in all forms (including the art of listening), Stefani is currently using her skills to work with national & international sustainable communities, New Energy awareness, and "green" products.



Dennis Briefer

Dennis is a former Chair of the Board of the John Mack Institute (johnemackinstitute.org), and remains a current Board Member there, as well as for the Mindshift Institute (www.mindshiftinstitute.org).

An Engineer/Physicist, Dennis is a founder and executive of the instrument company, LVLS LLC, and holds 24 U.S. patents (mostly related to measuring instruments), as well as related international patents. He has been investigating New Energy devices for over 25 years, including Cold Fusion (LENR) and Zero-Point Energy applications. Dennis resides in Berlin, MA.



Christian Holden

Christian received his B.S. in Agricultural Business from Texas A&M University, and went on to study law at Texas A&M University School of Law. His J.D. coursework focused on energy law, international law and policy, environmental property law, business drafting, and alternative dispute resolution.  
Christian also served as president of a large student-run organization and participated in traveling advocacy teams, where he received first place awards in the upper-level negotiation competition, as well as a regional client counseling competition. During law school, he studied international intellectual property in Croatia and worked with the Resonance Project Foundation in Kauai, Hawaii where he collaborated with an inspiring team seeking to generate clean, sustainable energy and share their creations with the world.  

After passing the Texas Bar, Christian traveled around the U.S., developing a domestic network of inventors, professionals and colleagues. In 2016, he spent several months in Phnom Phen, Cambodia collaborating with a team of legal and technical experts to draft Cambodia’s first environment and natural resources code – the most comprehensive environmental law of its kind.  

A world traveler, family man, and outdoors enthusiast, Christian is an internationally-focused legal professional specializing in areas of alternative energy, alternative health care, efficient dispute resolution, constitutional law, and business transactions. Having developed a niche career in the legal market, he is now creating Integrative Legal Solutions – a global legal services entity offering individuals, associations, and businesses a personalized alternative to the standard way legal services are provided.

"I am striving to change what it can mean to work as a “counselor at law.” I am determined to exemplify that legal services of all kinds can be completed creatively, from the heart, and with integrity. This world is comprised of a complex set of systems, many of which are capable of being improved. Let us collaborate together to develop solutions for the challenges facing mankind and to bring about the next wave of productive human innovations. The time is now."