author, speaker, and gender futurist; founder of One World in Dialogue
ELIZABETH DEBOLD, Ed.D. is best described as a gender futurist for her work at the intersection of individual development and cultural evolution. Trained as a developmental psychologist (Harvard, 1996), she is a leading authority on gender development and author of the bestselling Mother Daughter Revolution (Addison-Wesley, 1993; Bantam, 1994). For the past three decades, she has worked on the front lines of gender and cultural evolution as activist, researcher, journalist, spiritual explorer, and transformative educator. Her lifelong pursuit of freedom, creativity, and equality between the sexes has taken her from door-to-door activism for the U.S. Equal Rights Amendment to groundbreaking research on gender development at Harvard University to cutting-edge cultural and spiritual investigation at evolve magazine in Germany. She is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Cultural Evolution, and founder of One World in Dialogue, www.oneworldindialgue.com, a a global conversation space for people keen on transforming cultural conflict into creative friction that opens new potential for who and how we are together.