The organizing team

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BENCE GÁNTI (USA/HUNGARY)

Bence Ganti, M.A. (psychology), clinical psychologist is the director of IEC and an originator and visionary of this event together with Dennis Wittrock (Germany). He is a co-founder and board member of the Integral Europe team and founder and director of one of Europe’s most successful long-term integral communities, the Integral Academy in Hungary. He is founder of the Integral Flow Experience group process. He is a presenter, a workshop facilitator and a panelist in major integral conferences, gatherings in the USA since 2004. He teaches at Meridian University and San Francisco Sate University in California. Ken Wilber invited him to be the branch coordinator of his Integral Institute for Europe.

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ÖRS HORVÁTH (HUNGARY)

Örs Horváth economist, integral counselor serves IEC as financial and marketing lead. He grew up splitting time between Hungary and Vienna, Austria. He studied economics in the Viennese University (WU-Wirtschaftsuni Wien) and continued his studies at UC Berkeley, California studying international business. He started his first joint venture company in 1988 selling the Swedish Vagabond brand in Hungary. It quickly became one of Hungary’s leading fashion brands. He also wanted to study psychology and in 2008 he started studying integral psychology at the Integral Academy (INTA) in Budapest. In 2013 he has opened a cutting-edge restaurant, NEMO in the heart of Budapest. It has soon become a “must try” on the Hungarian gourmet market. No wonder it is also a popular place for Hungarian integralists to hang and socialize.
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HANNA HÜNDORF (GERMANY)

Hanna Hündorf serves on the content-, process-development team and in presenter communication role for IEC. Her search for an alternative community lead her to the Tibetan Buddhist centre Samye Ling in Scotland in 1982. For 15 years she lived there, including a traditional three year retreat. In a Buddhist centre in Hamburg she began to teach, as well as running the centre and translating for the resident Lama. After a second three year retreat in Scotland she returned to Kiel in North Germany in 2006. In 1995 she began reading Ken Wilber, since 2009 she is active in Integrales Forum. www.kiel.samye.org
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SONJA SIEGERT (AUSTRIA)

Dr. Sonja Siegert (cultural and social anthropology), cultural manager is musical director of IEC. Integration by music is the focus of manyprojects she is doing since 2005 with children and adults. As the creator and director of WeltKulturSchule (WorldCultureSchool) in Vienna she isresponsible for quite a number of projects realizing pluralistic integration and connecting people by art (music, dance, handcraft..) from all over the world. With her new project Moving Cultures (starting in January 2018) she is integrating her culture concept into the working space of people.
www.weltkulturschule.at

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Veronika Bohac-Clarke, (Canada)

Veronika Bohac-Clarke, PhD, is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary, Canada. In 2001 Veronika began teaching a Masters level course on spirituality in postmodern age, using Wilber’s Integral Model. At that time, teaching either spirituality or Integral Theory at a mainstream university required considerable tenacity… What a difference 12 years makes! Veronika became the Co-Ordinator of an EdD cohort called Curriculum-Integral Theory. The 10 doctoral students from this cohort have successfully completed their degrees. They all contributed a chapter to the book on Integral Research edited by Veronika in 2018. For more details, please visit Veronika’s University of Calgary. See Faculty Profile at: werklund.ucalgary.ca/educ_info/profiles/veronika-elizabeth-bohac-clarke

PÉTER PÓTH (HUNGARY)

Peter is our Facebook and online marketing “guru” and IT specialist who devotes his time for online programs and campaigns in the field of integrally related  programs. He helps entrepreneurs in the personal growth business to grow their business. He has a background of 3 years training at Integral Academy (Integral Counselor), International NLP Master and Ericksonian Hypnosis I-II. Creator of the Daily Inner Work online comunity reaching 2,000 subscribers in a month.  Earlier sales director of UPC Hungary Cable TV for 15 years; later the creator, director and owner of DolgozóNet Ltd. informatics company. Specialized in Facebook marketing, search engine optimization, marketing copywriting, re-marketing and other related topics. 

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Éva Faluközi (HUNGARY)

Éva Faluközi is currently a graduate student of the Integral Academy in Budapest. For over 15 years now, she sees private and coorporate clients and for 2 years has been working as trainer, Executive and Life coach in the corporate world. Sustainable development plays a major role in her life. She used to run organic food stores and then joined Food Bank an international non-profit company in teh field of sustainability as a Project manager. She practices yoga and Nia dance as an important support of her wellbeing and inner growth. She is blessed to have 3 children, and she is inspired by raising them and supporting them on their path.  She has a talent in awakening the power of transformation in groups.

Site: falukozieva.hu

Márton Visi (HUNGARY)

Marton is the co-founder of Integral Mentoring, a private mentoring business based on Wilber’s integral psychology and other modalities  www.integralmentoring.hu.  He has also opened a Therapy center “Integrál Lak” (Integral House) being the CEO of that business. He has also developed male circles www.ferfikor.hu. He has also founded Integral Academy’s mentoring program. Marton utilizes both of his hemispheres and has a subtle awarenss of  human relationship. He is also the happy  father of a beuatiful young daughter. Before his psycho-spiritual turn he used to work as a leading engineer at Hungarian State Railways for 9 years and prior to that Earlier at the Norwegian State Railways. 

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