Paulette Jones. Transforming seemingly complex and highly technical information into meaningful stories is the magic Paulette Jones uses to touch hearts and change lives. Such is her astounding ability!
Paulette studied Theatre Arts at Cal State University, opened her own acting repertory theatre company, coached actors, taught theatre workshops and performed in various venues of the entertainment industry. In addition, she went on to earn a B.S. in Computer Science from CSU Northridge and an MBA from Pepperdine University. In the high technology industry, she has been in senior management positions, a recognized authority on developing technologies, and a featured speaker at international trade shows.
Paulette serves as the President and Chief Technology Officer of Creative Web Dreams, an internet consulting, web development and marketing company. She is a longstanding member of MENSA International.
Rev. Jay Willick. Known as the "New Thought Guy," Rev. Jay is an Ordained minister currently serving as the Assistant Minister and the Arts Minister at The Global Truth Center. He is in charge of producing plays, musicals and concerts that forward the tenets of New Thought and the Science of Mind.
Very active in his Center, Jay has been a Board of Trustees member, the former Administrator, one of the Lead Practitioners and Youth Mentors, and has spoken at many Sunday and Wednesday services. He has also spoken at many New Thought Centers throughout Los Angeles, in Washington State and Pennsylvania.
Rev Jay has years of experience and education in music as a professional singer and actor (recently working in two feature films), in events management, the self-improvement industry, writing and producing, and teaching metaphysics; filling his toolbox with much to share. He deeply values Ernest Holmes' tenet to be "open at the top," fueling his mission to inspire others to live in their greatness, advancing the awareness of our birthright to love, enjoy and prosper with, as, and through the Divine. Jay's moniker as The New Thought Guy produces a blog, a Vimeo channel, and a Facebook and Twitter page. You can also find Rev. Jay on the New Thought Channel.