Nina Brown


Nina Brown, a nontraditionally aged cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College, went on to distinguish herself as a pioneer in business. In 1990, she established an investment company to assist women entrepreneurs. In 1995, she was appointed by President Bill Clinton to represent him at the White House Conference on Small Business and, the next year, was chosen as a Charter Member of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business. During this time, she presented at speaking engagements hosted by the US House of Representatives Field Hearings, the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, the League of Cities Women’s Caucus, Wharton Executive MBA Reunion and the Entrepreneurial Women’s Expo, where she was the keynote speaker.

Nina subsequently became a consultant and leader in alternative medicine. Among other initiatives, she collaborated in forming a company to bring neurosensory diagnostic tools to injured veterans who suffered brain impairment in the Gulf and Vietnam Wars.

In 2014, after the publication of S.T.A.R. Philosophy, she traveled to India, where she presented before a gathering of more than 2,000 members of the Pyramid Society of Spiritual Scientists. While in India, she took S.T.A.R. philosophy to Raipur and Mumbai, and then on to Singapore. Two years later, Life University ( in India asked to add S.T.A.R. Philosophy and its companion book, The Fascinated Observer: A Guide to Embodying S.T.A.R. Philosophy, to its curriculum.

Currently Nina serves on the executive board of Pristina Natural, Inc. helping to expand the company’s presence across the United States and into Canada and Asia. Her desire is to bring S.T.A.R. philosophy into the realm of business, creating a new model for the union of consciousness and business.

Throughout her endeavors, she has been guided by S.T.A.R. principles, devoting her energies full-time to this sacred spiritual mission. She has found that as the needs of the collective shift, the service asked of her evolves, and this transformative work unfolds.

In addition to writing the S.T.A.R. series, Nina is the author of Return of Love to Planet Earth: Memoir of a Reluctant Visionary. Her writing has also been published in Kindred Spirit and Sedona Journal of Emergence.