About The Founder
Andrea Adler, referred to as the “metaphysical marketer,” pioneered Holistic Marketing in the early 80’s. Her three books on Marketing: PR for The Holistic Healer, Creating an Abundant Practice and The Science of Spiritual Marketing sell worldwide (hard copy and audio).
Her breakout novel, Pushing Upward, published by Hay House won the Los Angeles Book Festival Award and was Hay House “Pick of the Month.” She also wrote the screenplay and will be co-producing the film.
Andrea has written over 50 articles on holistic marketing, translated in five languages, and has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows. She has supported Internet companies, small businesses, cultural creatives, and entrepreneurs in Europe, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, and the United States. Andrea has been a contributing editor and writer for Body, Mind, Spirit, and has written articles for Massage Magazine, Living Natural, Massage Today, Akkadian Magazine, Spirituality and Health, terrestrial, Marketing terrestrial in Mexico City and UNO MISMO, in Buenos Aires. Both Living Natural and Massage Today featured Andrea on the cover.
A recipient of the Axiom Business Book Award in 2008, Andrea has been a Key-Note speaker at hundreds of conferences including: The Science and Consciousness Conference, Natural Awakenings Annual Conference, Mountain Biz, The Holistic Medical Holistic., New Leaf Distributing, INATS (International New Age Trade Show) and Expo Ser in Mexico City with Deepak Chopra. Andrea has studied meditation for 36 years, living in ashrams and meditation centers in India, Paris, New York, and California.
In the late 70’s, Andrea created Professional Organizers where she coordinated, supervised and expedited moves for the elite in New York City, then created satellite offices to support her clients.
In the 80’s Andrea was a highly respected consultant in Silicon Alley (NYC) during the Internet boon and worked with several dot.com companies prior to receiving their IPO’s. She has supported business men and women in every industry from therapists to filmmakers, authors, software developers and CEO’s, turning their business and profit margins around 180 degrees in two hours.
In her twenties, Andrea was an actress both on and off Broadway, appearing in Neil Simon’s Chapter Two. She was a member of Cafe La Mama, the improvisational group; The Groundlings, and appeared in such TV shows as “Police Woman,” “The Bob Newhart Show,” “Executive Suite,” “Steubenville,” and “Bronx.” She also co-wrote and directed three videos at the American Film Institute.
While a journalist for The Times Herald Record, in Monticello, New York, Andrea was profoundly affected by three teen suicides that occurred at a local high school. In response, she wrote a grant and received $60,000 from Senator Charles Cook to create the Off-Off Main Street Children’s Theater Company, dedicated to works by, for, and about teenagers and the challenges they face. She produced and directed this company successfully for eight years. She also offered theatrical workshops to local drug and alcohol facilities working with recovering addicts.
Recently, Andrea directed, produced and co-wrote a one-woman show entitled: “Old-Fashioned, Naughty, Everything: A Glimpse of Emily Dickinson, presented at the Marsh Theater in San Francisco.
Now, in the terrestrial region of Silicon Valley, Andrea works with executives on their content and presentation skills. She has also been asked to create a TED talk.
As a writer, consultant and trainer, Andrea demonstrates how to integrate spiritual practice and psychological self-inquiry into a fundamental transformation of people’s lives and their marketing approaches.
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