Center for Visionary Leadership

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The Center for Visionary Leadership "was founded by Corinne McLaughlin and Gordon Davidson in 1996 as a non-denominational educational center to help people develop the inner, spiritual resources to be effective leaders and respond creatively to change. Our purpose is to develop and support values-based visionary leadership in all fields of human endeavor, especially business and politics. We offer educational programs on spiritual development and social change, and a free monthly electronic newsletter with articles, spiritual practices, and featured visionary leaders." [1]


Accessed June 2013: [2]

  • Gordon Davidson - President
  • John Bellassai, J.D. - Vice President
  • Joan Michie, Ph.D. - Treasurer
  • Corinne McLaughlin - Secretary
  • Maria Christine Bill - Director
  • Eleanor LeCain - Director
  • Avon Mattison - Director

Directors (2008)

Accessed November 2008: [3]

International Advisory Board

Accessed November 2008 and June 2013 (no changes): [4]

  • Jeff Fishel, Ph.D. former Chairman of the Department of Government, American University
  • Hazel Henderson, environmental economist and author of Building a Win/Win World and Politics of the Solar Age.
  • John Hoyt, former Chief Executive of The U.S. Humane Society, and Center for Respect of Life and Environment
  • Satish Kumar, Director, Schumacher College; Editor, Resurgence magazine, England
  • John W. McDonald, Co-founder and Chairman, The Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy
  • Robert Muller, former Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations and Chancellor-Emeritus of the UN University for Peace.
  • Claudine Schneider, former Congresswoman, Rhode Island
  • Muhammad Yunus, Ph.D., Founder and Managing Director of the Grameen Bank, Bangladesh



Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch articles


  1. About, Center for Visionary Leadership, accessed November 28, 2008.
  2. Center for Visionary Leadership People, organizational web page, accessed June 2, 2013.
  3. Staff, Center for Visionary Leadership, accessed November 28, 2008.
  4. Staff, Center for Visionary Leadership, accessed November 28, 2008.