Sean Savoy

Ordained spiritual educator, archaeological explorer, radio personality, writer and editor, public speaker, LGBT, interfaith and community advocate

Sean Savoy is an ordained minister, radio personality, writer and editor, raconteur, and public speaker who lectures in the United States and abroad. As an archaeological explorer, Sean has spent over 20 years in the field, uncovering the mysteries of the ancient pre-Columbian cultures of Peru. In 2005 he was dubbed “Indiana Jones, Jr.” by Men’s Journal and acknowledged as one of the outstanding world explorers of “Generation EX.” Sean is the host of House of Savoy, a one-hour public affairs program, and Higher Calling, an interfaith program. He can also be heard on the Broad View show with Jay Davis for his “Living Conscious” segment. Both shows air out of Reno, Nevada. He was formerly a reporter for Reno Public Radio KUNR 88.7 FM (NPR). Sean is the son of the late American explorer and religious leader Gene Savoy, Sr. and attorney Sylvia Ontaneda-Bernales, a native of Lima, Peru.

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