Lynn Horan is an interfaith theologian and leadership consultant specializing in women's leadership development in both spiritual and secular contexts. She is currently a doctoral fellow through Antioch University's PhD Program in Leadership and Change, specializing in embodied and authentic leadership with current research on the gendered construction of boundaries in spiritual leadership. Lynn is also a former health policy analyst for the New York State Senate and cross-cultural family counselor, having worked in homeless advocacy and domestic violence prevention in communities in upstate New York and Central Peru. A trained dancer and yoga practitioner, Lynn believes strongly in the restorative capacity of movement and embodied expression as a means of cultivating healing, wholeness and reconciliation in individuals and communities.
The Blue Room: "Hope Lives in the Body"
Hosted by theologian and leadership coach Maryann McKibben Dana, author of "Hope: A User's Manual" (Eerdmans, 2022)
"Mimetic scapegoating and the disappearance of female clergy"
Interactive presentation and panel discussion with Rev. Lynn Horan
Global Center for Religious Research
International e-Conference on Religious Trauma
June 10-11, 2023
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UPCOMING BOOK CHAPTER:
"Activism, performance and spiritual ritual: The healing capacity of embodied social change"
in Leadership at the Spiritual Edge: Exploring Emerging and Non-Western Concepts of Spirituality and Leadership (Routledge)
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