- Patricia Rubano - Director of the Biography and Social Art Program; Member of International Trainer’s Forum; attended Biography Counseling Course in England; Graduate of Spacial Dynamics; early childhood educator and mentor, offers classes and workshops on biography, parenting, relationships,communications and Spacial Dynamics.
- Leah Walker - has a deep interest in human development, particularly as described by Rudolf Steiner. She is fascinated by what she calls “biographical geometry” — the inherent order in the unfolding of human life. She is a biography worker and licensed professional counselor (LPC), currently working in private practice. She holds a certificate in homeopathy and understands the value of a “well-placed remedy.” She worked for many years in the public school system and also in the field of addiction treatment. She has a Master’s degree in educational psychology from the University of Texas in Austin. She has a lovely grown daughter, enjoys dogs, horses, and listening to people talk about their lives.
- Joseph Rubano – is a Biographical Counselor, Spacial Dynamic Movement Educator and poet. He brings 40 years of mediation and inner work, exploring Eastern and Western esoteric traditions, including a strong foundation in Anthrosophy, and years of working with Native American ceremony to his work with individuals, couples and groups. He lives and works in Oceanside, California. He has been working with Biography work since 1992, and has been offering the True Heart True Mind Enlightenment Intensive and the Desert Solo (Vision Quest) Experience in San Diego and Maine for the past 5 years.
- Kathleen Bowen – Certified Biography Worker; Coordinator and one of the founders of the Center for Biography and Social Art; adult educator; master fiber artist and early childhood educator. Being a lover of human beings and possessing a deep interest in anthroposophy she realized she had been training her whole life for this work.