Soren Gordhamer works with individuals and groups on living with greater mindfulness and purpose in our technology-rich age. He is founder and host of the Wisdom 2.0 conference, and the author of Wisdom 2.0: Ancient Secrets for the Creative and Constantly Connected, one of the first books to explore living with mindfulness and wisdom within the context of technology.
As project director for Richard Gere’s public charity, Healing the Divide, he organized The Healing through Great Difficulty conference with the Dalai Lama. Soren has been featured in GQ magazine and on Newsweek.com. He has taught mindfulness programs to a variety of groups around the world, including youth in New York City’s juvenile halls, trauma workers in Rwanda, teachers in Nigeria, and employees at Google.
Soren spent a year walking through parts of the United States, India, Pakistan, and Japan as a part of the Global Walk for a Livable World. He later founded The Lineage Project, a New York City-based nonprofit that offers awareness-based practices to at-risk and incarcerated teens.
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