Ken Wilber
Editor-in-chief - Ken Wilber is one of the most influential and widely read American philosophers of our time. His writing has been translated into more than 20 languages. Ken Wilber is the author of over 18 books, including The Spectrum of Consciousness; The Eye of Spirit; Grace and Grit; Sex, Ecology, Spirituality; A Brief History of Everything; Boomeritis; and The Marriage of Sense and Soul. Over the last thirty years Ken Wilber has developed Integral Theory, a highly influential approach to Integral Studies. He is the President of Integral Institute and lives in Denver, Colorado.
 Sean Esbjorn-Hargens
Executive Editor – Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Integral Studies Department and Program Director of the Integral Psychology Program and the Integral Theory certificate at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, California. He is Co-Director of the Integral Ecology Center at Integral Institute. Sean is a leading scholar-practitioner in Integral Studies. He is currently the most published author applying the Integral model to a variety of topics: sustainable development, ecology, research, intersubjectivity, science and religion, consciousness studies, and play. His articles have appeared in academic journals such as the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Journal of Bhutan Studies, World Futures, ReVision, Constructivism in the Human Sciences Journal of Humanistic Psychology, and AQAL. He co-edited Ken Wilber’s recent book The Simple Feeling of Being and has just completed writing a 600 page book with environmental philosopher Michael Zimmerman: Integral Ecology: Uniting Multiple Perspectives on the Natural World. He is a practitioner within both Tibetan Buddhism (Shangpa Kagyu linage) and A. H. Almaas’ the Diamond Approach. Sean has appeared onIntegral Naked.
 Matt Rentschler
Managing Editor - Matt Rentschler is Co-Director of the Integral Art Center at Integral Institute. He has been a lifelong art lover and a student of the Integral framework, as well as a practitioner of poetry, for nearly a decade. His personal website can be found at
 Anne McQuade
Copy Editor – Anne McQuade, M.A. left her career as a psychotherapist in private practice, a professor of group leadership and group facilitation, and a dedicated volunteer working with the mentally ill that live on our streets, to join the Integral Institute and develop integral content and applications. During her time at Integral Institute, she served as the Copy Editor of AQAL Journal and then the Managing Editor of Integral Books. She now serves as the President of Covenant Matters Foundation where she helps organizations and individuals that deliver health care services create innovative and sustainable solutions to meet their clients’ needs.
 Barrett C. Brown
Associate Editor - Barrett C. Brown serves as Co-Director of the Integral Sustainability Center, which applies Integral Theory to sustainable development issues. He also represents Kosmos Journal and the Integral framework at the United Nations. Since 1995, Barrett has worked throughout the Americas in the areas of sustainability, human development, and communications. His current consulting focuses on using the Integral framework to customize sustainable development and organizational development initiatives to stakeholders and systems. Barrett is currently a doctoral student in the Human and Organizational Systems program at Fielding Graduate University. He has presented and trained widely, including at the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (side event), the Bioneers conference, and the School for International Training.
 David Zeitler
Associate Editor - David Zeitler, MA is a founding member of Integral Institute (1999). David was Project Manager for I-I’s Human Change Process Project, which organized and evaluated over 1,000 empirical studies on various types of human transformation. He was selected as the leader of the Integral Developmental Psychometric Project, tasked with creating the first psychometric based on Integral theory and applications. David is currently serving as an Associate Director for the Integral Psychotherapy Center and has been involved with the development of, production for, and training at the Integral Psychotherapy Professional Seminar Series. David’s clinical experience stems from two years as a psychotherapist in two locked psychiatric wards with dual-diagnosis (psychopathology & drug addiction) populations from varying socio-cultural backgrounds. His Integral Life Practice includes weightlifting, sitting meditation, kung-fu, tai-chi, reading, petting his cat, and watching as much comedy as possible.
 Joel Morisson

Graphic Designer - Joel Morrison is an artist, illustrator, and animator with a focus on bringing the arcane depths of conceptual abstraction into the clarity of visual expression. He is a fine artist by training, for which he has won several awards, but has since moved on to computer graphics, 3D animation, interactive design, and philosophy. For Integral Institute, Joel illustrated and animated themultiplex mapand did design work and the animation and interactivity for theIntegral Spiritual Centersite.

Joel just finished his first book (around 700 pages) on "Interface Philosophy, Mathematics and Nondual-Rational Empiricism," a convergence of art, science, mathematics, and philosophy, catalyzed by Integral Theory and nondual philosophy. His personal website can be found atwww.spinbitz.netand his professional one Joel is pictured here with his first son, Grey.

 Brad Reynolds

Graphic Designer - Brad Reynolds did graduate work at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) before leaving to study under Ken Wilber for over ten years and then authoring two books Embracing Reality: The Integral Vision of Ken Wilber (2004, Tarcher/Penguin) and Where’s Wilber At? Ken Wilber’s Integral Vision in the New Millennium (2006, Paragon House). Born in 1955 he has been a scholar of integral studies and the perennial philosophy for most of his life and is a long-time meditator and yoga practitioner. He is currently an independent writer and graphic artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he also works in the computer arts industry.

 David Zeitler

Graphic Designer - Paul Salamone is the CEO of Plunge Artist, LLC, a design and coaching firm specializing in small businesses and start-ups. He is also a writer, performer, musician, and comedian active in the local Denver-Boulder arts community.

Before forming Plunge Artist, Paul served as the senior graphic designer for Integral Institute for three years. During this time he was instrumental in the design of the Integral Life Practice Kit, along with many other I-I ventures including Integral Naked and IN Premier.

When he isn't setting impossible creative goals, Paul also finds time to unwind by singing karaoke and moshing to Lightning Bolt. He has no cats.