Emily Squires

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"Emily Squires is a television director and writer. She has won 6 Emmys for directing Sesame Street, and a Writers Guild Award for Daytime Series (Guiding Light). Recently, she has produced documentaries on artist/philosopher Frederick Franck The Art of Being Human (Cine Golden Eagle, PBS) and Five Masters of Meditation (Hartley Films). She is on the Board of Friends of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, The Source of Synergy Foundation, and on the steering committee of The Coalition for OneVoice. An update of their book Spiritual Places In and Around New York City by Emily and her husband Len Belzer came out in June 2008." [1]

"She has produced and directed several documentaries including Visions of Perfect Worlds, an interview with the Dalai Lama; The Art of Being Human, and A Portrait of Frederick Franck for which she won a Cine Golden Eagle, After Hiroshima, and Five Masters of Meditation.

"Emily has also written the for the daytime series The Guiding Light, Search For Tomorrow, Secret Storm and As The World Turns. She has received three Writers Guild nominations and an award for Outstanding Writing in Daytime Serials. Emily and her husband, Leonard Belzer, have co-authored a book, Spiritual Places In and Around New York City." [2]

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  1. Leaders, Evolutionary Leaders Forum, accessed November 1, 2011.
  2. Friends of the Institute of Noetic Sciences People, organizational web page, accessed May 6, 2012.