Lisa Faithorn

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"Lisa is a research anthropologist, organizational consultant and educator. She has extensive experience working as a manager, applied researcher, teacher and group facilitator with groups and organizations in the United States and abroad, addressing theories and practices of social and organizational dynamics and change, leadership and management skills, collaborative team building and problem-solving and the development of effective virtual teams.

"For the last six eight years Lisa has worked on applied research projects with NASA. Her current project involves participant observation and user studies with NASA Mission Flight Controllers at Johnson Space Center as part of a team developing new automation technologies for extended NASA missions.

"In addition to her on-going consulting practice, Lisa co-founded, directed and taught in the graduate program in Social and Cultural Anthropology at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, from 1982 through the mid-1990s. She lives in Medanales, New Mexico, and, with her husband Djann, is developing an organic farm and a demonstration and workshop facility for sustainable living practices." "[1]

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  1. Five Directions Consulting About, organizational web page, accessed April 20, 2012.
  2. Council for Cultural and Biological Diversity About, organizational web page, accessed April 20, 2012.