Findhorn Fellows

Many people who have lived here have taken what they have experienced at Findhorn out into the wider world. They are workshop leaders, authors, economists, scientists, artists, IT specialists, film makers, ecologists – all kinds of ordinary people living a conscious, holistic-based life. We are also blessed with many friends and supporters around the globe, who further extend our network of light, including our supporters network and Resource People.

In addition, the Findhorn Foundation has over a hundred Fellows, individuals whom we honour and appreciate for their transformative work in the world. All these Findhorn Fellows have a strong connection with our community and find a strong resonance of their work in the world with ours.

Below you will find an alphabetical list of all our Findhorn Fellows. We add the designation emeritus for those Fellows who have retired or are no longer active in their chosen fields, as we continue to value and appreciate their work in the world.

Patch Adams

Location: United States

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Shoshanna Tembeck Alexander

Former community member who wrote the original Findhorn Garden book and now lives with her son in Ashland, Oregon.

Location: United States

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Kenny Ausubel

Award winning social entrepreneur, author, filmmaker and Co-Founder (with Nina Simons) of ‘Bioneers’ in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Location: United States

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Jan Backelin (Emeritus)

Retired Swedish businessman and co-ordinator of “Pathfinders”, an international consultancy firm in Stockholm for organisational transformation in Ekero, Sweden.

Location: Sweden

Richard Barrett

Author, lecturer, consultant, Values Coordinator and founder of the Spiritual Unfoldment Society at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., resident in North Carolina, USA.

Location: United States

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Albert Bates

Author of 15 books on energy, environment and history. Resident of The Farm in Tennessee where he directs their Ecovillage Training Center. A past-president of the Global Ecovillage Network and on the faculty of Gaia University.

Location: United States

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Roger Benson

Former community co-focaliser, currently a management consultant in Stockholm, Sweden with partner Maria Trapp.

Location: Sweden

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Lance Blaauw

Youth worker assisting transformation in South Africa and Norway with young people’s rites of passage.

Location: South Africa

Annie Blampied

Interfaith Minister and Spiritual Counsellor, co-founder of the Moray Steiner School at Findhorn.

Location: United Kingdom

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William Bloom

Writer and lecturer on spiritual and economic themes, and Sabrina Dearborn, former Findhorn Foundation Focaliser, now mother, teacher, psychic counsellor and co-founder with William of the Alternatives Programme at St James Church, Picadilly, who live in Glastonbury.

Location: United Kingdom

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