Director and Founder:
Rev. Thomas K. Lane, D.Min.--An Honorably Retired Presbyterian PC(USA) Minister with a career of experience as a pastor, campus minister and licensed professional counselor, trained in Spiritual Direction. A member and former board member of The International Association for the Study of Dreams. Tom also initiated and directed “Journey Conferences—Moving Toward Wholeness”--a series of conferences between 2007 and 2014 featuring influential leaders and authors in a variety of disciplines facilitating conversations between Christianity and other faith traditions and the psychology of C.G. Jung. Additionally, Tom has been a Diplomate of the American Psychotherapy Association, a National Certified Counselor and a North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor. He regularly conducts dream retreats where participants focus on spiritual development and community as they learn how to appreciate their dreams for meaning, discernment and guidance. http://www.understandyourdream.com/ Education: (T)AB--Duke University, D.Min.- Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, VA.
Nathan Lane III, Esq.--Attorney and retired partner, resident in the San Francisco office of Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLC, specializing in intellectual property and antitrust litigation, and international dispute resolution. (AB - Duke University; JD - University of Pennsylvania Law School (cum laude))
Michael Besançon--Principal/Owner of TurnBearing Solutions—a sole proprietorship leadership and management consulting firm; former Chief Financial Officer U Chicago-Argonne, LLC operator of Argonne National Laboratory, retired Associate Dean for Administration, Finance & Planning at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering, Retired U.S. Navy Captain with sea and shore commands. (BSE—Duke University, MPA—Auburn University, Montgomery, MBA—Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management)
All officers and advisory board members are grateful to be able to provide their services entirely pro bono receiving no salary, retainers, stipends, compensation or benefits of any monetary value from any foundation funds including endowment, gift, conference or project revenues