Sheri D. Kling, Ph.D. (she,her) is currently serving as director of Process & Faith, a multifaith network of relational spirituality affiliated with the Center for Process Studies and as director of the John Cobb Legacy Fund, a planned giving program supporting three nonprofits. Her diverse experience includes a career in marketing and communications, time spent touring as a singer-songwriter and recording artist, and the midlife academic journey that earned her Masters degrees in religion and theological studies and a Doctorate in religion. She has worked in business, the nonprofit arena, and academia. Sheri has served on the faculty of the Haden Institute since 2011, initially offering workshops at the Summer Dream and Spirituality Conference, and then as a keynote speaker and teacher in the Haden Institute’s Dream Work and Spiritual Direction certification programs. As an author, speaker, singer, and spiritual mentor, Sheri draws from wisdom and mystical traditions, relational worldviews, depth psychology, and the intersection of spirituality and science to help people find meaning, belonging, and transformation. Since discovering Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes work in the early 90s, Sheri has been passionate about inner work, dreams, and the intersection of our psychological and spiritual journeys. Then, finding Joyce Rockwood Hudson’s work blew open Sheri’s theological world and married it to Jungian thought. This journey, the theology of Alfred North Whitehead and the analytical psychology of Carl Jung now puts Sheri’s mission as midwifing wholeness in individuals, organizations, communities, and culture. Her work can be found online at www.sherikling.com.