P. Linda Ierna

P. Linda Ierna Reed is the founder of the Indigenous Cultural Education Center. She is a Kripalu certified Yoga teacher, and has a degree in Addictions Counseling as well as an art degree from Connecticut College. Linda has been studying healing techniques with elders of the Onondaga Nation and Mohawk...

John Reed

John H. Reed, co-founder of ICEC, is a licensed therapist, consultant, and educator with more than thirty-five years’ experience in the mental health and addictions field. He is a professor emeritus and a former program director, retired from the Connecticut Community College System. From the age of eight, John traveled...

Laurence Singer

Laurence is an attorney and producer who has served the spiritual community for many years, working with non-profit organizations to foster the expression of a new consciousness for the planet. Laurence also is active at the United Nations where he represents non-governmental organizations. With extensive production experience, he was the founder...

Sheldon A. Gibson

Born in Syracuse New York to a traditional Haudenaushaunee family and raised on the Traditional home territory of the Onondaga Nation. Attended Traditional ceremonies and events occurring there during the years has given him a connection to the traditional way of the Haudenaushaunee as well as the spiritual way. After...

Karen McNaughton

Karen McNaughton is a spiritual interpreter from the Onondaga nation. Hailing from the Beaver clan, she is a mother of five and grandmother of twelve. She has done outreach work in Native communities for decades and in 2005 began her work with non-Native communities. Karen has been out of the...

Peter Bragino

Peter Bragino grew up in Long Island NY. He’s a dedicated artist, a musician, a designer, and a treasure hunter. His deep internal and spiritual journey elevated around 2000 just shortly before moving back to NY from a ten year stay in California which included 5 years service in the...