Dr. Judy Kuriansky
Dr. Judy Kuriansky is an internationally renowned clinical psychologist on the faculty of Columbia University Teachers College and visiting professor at Beijing Health Sciences Center. At the United Nations, she is Chair Elect of the Psychology Coalition and the Main NGO Representative for the International Association of Applied Psychology. Under her leadership, major humanitarian field projects include disaster relief in Haiti and Japan, and a programme for girls’ empowerment and entrepreneurship training in Africa. On the board of U.S. Doctors for Africa, and a trustee of the NYC Peace Museum, she does symposia and music concerts around the world for peace in her Stand Up for Peace Project. A popular radio call-in advice host for decades, she has also been a TV news reporter and popular talk show guest. Her many awards include “The International Prize for Humanitarianism” from China, and the “Humanitarian Award” from Voices of African Mothers. She writes many advice columns for newspapers and magazines around the world, and many books, including the newly-released “Living in an Environmentally Traumatized World: Healing Ourselves and Our Planet,” “Beyond Bullets and Bombs: Grassroots Peace building between Israelis and Palestinians,” and “The Complete Idiots Guide to a Healthy Relationship.” A true Renaissance woman, Dr. Judy is a source of leadership inspiration for millions of women and girls around the world. Her website is www.DrJudy.com.