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Elizabeth Debold, Ed.D., is a Senior Editor at What Is Enlightenment? magazine and coauthor of the bestseller, Mother Daughter Revolution. She has published numerous articles about human and moral development, gender issues, and girls' self-knowledge and growth, and has consulted to a variety of organizations ranging from corporate law firms to nonprofit educational organizations. She lectures widely, and has appeared as a guest on numerous television and radio programs, including Oprah , Good Morning America and NPR's 51%. Debold is currently the Academic Director of the Master's Program in Conscious Evolution that WIE is running in partnership with The Graduate Institute, in Milford, Connecticut. She is also writing a new book, tentatively entitled The Evolution of Love: Men, Women, and the Possibility of Transformation, to be published by Pantheon.

She received her doctorate in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University, and was a founding member of the Harvard Project on Women's Psychology and Girls' Development, which was directed by Dr. Carol Gilligan.

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The Divine Feminine Unveiled Will embracing woman-centered spirituality take us beyond patriarchy? Over the last twenty years, however, something deeper has started stirring in women, a motivation to change culture at its roots. The goal is to create a new spiritual and ethical context that would balance and heal our hypermasculine world through honoring the feminine as sacred.