Paola Leopizzi Harris is an Italo-American photojournalist and investigative reporter in the field of extraterrestrial related phenomena research. She is also free-lance writer and has studied extraterrestrial related phenomena since 1979. From 1980-1986 she assisted Dr. J. Allen Hyneck with his UFO investigations and has interviewed many top military witnesses concerning their involvement in the government truth embargo. Because of her international perspective on extraterrestrial related phenomena, Paola has consulted with many researchers about the best avenues for planetary disclosure with emphasis on the “big picture” and stressing the historical connection. Paola lives in Rome and Boulder, Colorado and has a Masters degree in Education.
I am an avid learner and am hungry for more information and experiences. I have not been shy to express my excitement and passion for the contagious energy of Colorado. People, and learning about people, and making difference in the world I am living are my passion. I enjoy diversity whether that means culture, generations, or economics. I believe in making a difference in humanity's awakening. In the end, consciousness is the king. It does not matter what kind on kind of ‘battles’ we are fighting (personal, social or cultural) - in the end it is about consciousness. It is the unification between our hearts and our mind, and our multidimensional self that will raise humanity's consciousness. It is via organizations such as BoulderExo, its presenters and the team that can educate and enlighten human hearts in the vision of the rising of human consciousness. We are all spiritual beings inhabiting this form, this body.
Julia Steiner is a teacher of the inner Yes! In modeling this, she encourages us all to listen to and act from our own inner knowing. She has known since childhood that we are not alone in the Universe, and that our True Nature is timeless and changeless. Her focus in BoulderExo is the inner openness of real Contact, the rising tide of consciousness on Earth that precedes our welcome into the Greater Cosmic Community. She encourages everyone to happily and willingly play together outside the imaginary box.
Maryann Sperry has a graphic design business creating book covers and interiors. She holds bachelor degrees in education and business with advanced training in web design, social media and graphic design. Maryann has been involved for many years with the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) and is interested in consciousness studies, subtle energy and energy medicine.
She has been active in volunteer work for numerous charities and nonprofit organizations, including the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and the Boulder Chapter of the Society for Scientific Exploration. She and her husband, Paul Sperry, live in Longmont, CO.
RETIRED MEMBER: Bernice H. Hill is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Boulder, Colorado for over thirty years. She is a member of the International Association for Analytic Psychology (Zurich) and a senior training Analyst for the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado. She is a founding member of BoulderExo - having been drawn into the field of UFOs and ETs by the dreams of her clients. She has published an overview of this topic in “Emergence of the Cosmic Psyche: UFOs/ETs/ from the Perspective of Depth Psychology.
Paul is an interdisciplinary scientist with a passion for recognizing universal patterns between seemingly disparate disciplines and schools of thought. He understands that science, like religion, builds upon truths established over time, yet realizes both avenues risk missing revelations when they rigidly defend their belief systems as sacrosanct. He is thus willing to consider all possibilities and follow where the data and grounded discernment lead. Paul’s traditional training includes degrees in chemistry and systems science. He began his career as a research scientist for 3M Company where he adapted new technologies into marketable products. He subsequently moved to the National Center for Atmospheric Research where he worked on acid rain, Arctic haze, stratospheric ozone, pollutant photochemistry and finally became Associate Director of their Atmospheric Chemistry Division. His next career role was Executive Director with theCooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, an institute of over 500 researchers, faculty, students and staff. He left the university in 2006 to investigate Earth energy phenomena at remote sites around the world. Paul and his wife, Maryann, live in Longmont.