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Previously the Spiritual Program Director for the famed Canyon Ranch Resorts and the founding CEO for TAO Inspired Living, Mexico. Jonathan is also a coach and counsel for leading CEOs and award winning celebrities. His unique perspective has been sought after by numerous media outlets including the New York Times, the Yoga Journal, Larry King Live, the Martha Stewart Radio Show, and Better TV to name only a few. Jonathan’s consulting work and innovative facilitation has been sought after by some the world’s most notable companies including Pepsico, Kraft, Nissan, Honda, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Forest Service, the CEO Group, YPO Chapters, Miraval Resort, Baxter Pharmaceuticals, Canadian Correctional Systems, the Financial Planning Association and many more.
Jonathan has also been a university lecturer and adjunct instructor at five universities, including the University of Arizona, where he was a regular guest instructor with the Andrew Weil Program for Integrative Medicine. With more than 2000 hours of presentations to his credit, Jonathan’s warm, insightful, adaptable and engaging talent for speaking and working with large audiences remains an important part of his work today.
Jonathan’s PhD in comparative religion focused on systems of meaning and cross-cultural education. This and a life of extensive travels to study and live among more than 40 different cultural traditions around the world, enable Jonathan to bring uncommon, unique and inspiring perspectives to all that he does.
Based in Boulder, Colorado, Jonathan is married, the father of two, serving as the Executive Director of the Althea Center for Engaged Spirituality in Denver, and as a Senior Consultant for Paragon Performance Evolution.
I joined the Running River strategic planning team for countless reasons. More than the fact that I want to support and be involved in the school of my son, is the inspiration I feel knowing what an exceptional and intentional education they strive to give each child. For me, Running River stands for something critical to the evolution and healing of our modern world - and that is something I am honored to help and learn from.