Nina’s Biographies

NINA BROWN’S SHORT BIOGRAPHY

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.

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.

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.

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.

NINA BROWN’S LONG BIOGRAPHY

Nina Brown is not your typical guru, healer or teacher. In fact, she rejects those terms in favor of “permission granter.” Knowing she doesn’t hold “THE answer” for you, in sessions and at events Nina honors your divine sovereignty, and your ability to manifest with ease and grace.

As a model, Nina often begins conversations with a question: Who are you? And together, a sacred exchange unravels. Using the principals of S.T.A.R. (Surrender, Trust, Allow, Receive), Nina simply yet radically assists people in developing a refreshing perspective on how to know ones self.

By guiding and supporting, Nina inspires her clients to live the life they are here to live, full of knowing and ease—now.

Nina’s work has been published in Kindred Spirit and Sedona Journal of Emergence. She is also the author of Return of Love to Planet Earth: Memoir of a Reluctant Visionary (Cauda Pavonis, 2010, 2011), S.T.A.R. Philosophy (Gather Insight, 2013) and S.T.A.R. Philosophy Fascinated Observer’s Guide, co-author with Kristy Sweetland (Gather Insight, 2014).

You might be surprised to learn that Nina is a cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College, and retired from the company she formed to assist women entrepreneurs. She has distinguished herself as a pioneer in business. In 1995, she was appointed by President William 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, speaking engagements included: the US House of Representatives Field Hearings, the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, the League of Cities Women’s Caucus, Wharton Executive MBA Reunion, and as the keynote speaker for the Entrepreneurial Women’s Expo.

From there, Nina acted as a consultant and leader in the field of alternative medicine, collaborating to form a company to bring neurosensory diagnostic tools to injured veterans who suffered brain impairment in the Gulf War and Vietnam.

In 2014, Nina traveled to India where she presented before a gathering of more than 2,000 members of the Pyramid Society of Spiritual Scientists. She has also taken the S.T.A.R. philosophy to Raipur and Mumbai, India, as well as Singapore and Vietnam.

Currently, Nina serves on the Executive Board for Pristina Natural, Inc. helping to expand the company across the United States and into Canada and Asia. Her desire is to bring the S.T.A.R. philosophy into the realm of business, creating a new model for the union of consciousness and business.

Above all, Nina lives each day by the S.T.A.R. principals and devotes her enormous energies full time to this sacred spiritual mission. As the needs of the collective shift, what is asked of her evolves, and this beautiful work unfolds.

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