The Summer of Peace 2012 - A Global Call to Action

Broadcast on September 21, 2011
With Stephen Dinan & Emily Hine & Philip Hellmich

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.

Peace Talks: What are You Doing for Peace?

Broadcast on September 21, 2011
With Emily Hine & Philip Hellmich

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.

Introduction to Mindfulness and Compassion Cultivation

Broadcast on July 14, 2015
With Emily Hine

Neuroscience informs us that mindfulness is good for our mental health, happiness and inner peace. This session will introduce helpful mindfulness habits that can be used on and off of the meditation cushion to stay present and peaceful. We will also discuss a few fundamental elements of cultivating compassion when the inevitable discomfort of life shows up.

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.

Putting Compassion Into Action

Broadcast on July 09, 2015
With Emily Hine & Lori Wong & Gonzalo Brito Pons, PhD

In this talk, Gonzalo Brito Pons, Lori Wong & Compassion Summit host, Emily Hine, will summarize several ways that you can put compassion into action in your life. They will provide an overview of many compassion education training protocols available. Next, they will summarize compassionate actions that were offered by the featured speakers in the Global Compassion Summit. Finally, they will provide ways you might connect with the many wonderful sponsoring organizations whose missions are in alignment with creating a more compassionate world.

For more resources on putting compassion into action and a summary of the entire Global Compassion Summit, please visit http://theshiftnetwork.com/page/putting-compassion-action

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.

Wisdom from The Dalai Lama

Summer of Peace 2016
Broadcast on July 12, 2016
With Kate Cumbo & Emily Hine

In this session, we’ll hear a short message from the Dalai Lama about the seeds of compassion that each of us has at birth. He will explain how we can expand our capacity for compassion out beyond our biological tendencies and in doing so cultivate infinite, unbiased and real compassion. Following the Dalai Lama's teaching, there will be a compassion discussion with Dr. Kate Cumbo, Director of Programs at PeaceJam, and Emily Hine, host of the Global Compassion Summit. 

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.

Taking Action for Peace - with teaching from Jody Williams

Summer of Peace 2016
Broadcast on July 26, 2016
With Kate Cumbo & Emily Hine

Jody Williams was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 for creating an international treaty to ban landmines and clearing landmine fields worldwide. She is known for taking action and not backing down. In this session and discussion with PeaceJam’s Dr. Kate Cumbo, Jody’s message will inspire you to take action however you can, wherever you are. 

Emily Hine

CEO, HineSight Consulting, VP Meru Health, Compassion & MindfulnessTeacher

Emily Hine has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, public speaking, volunteer management and social change. Over the course of her career, she has designed and implemented large-scale campaigns that have raised over $150 million for nonprofit organizations. After 9/11, Emily quit her job at Microsoft in order to commit her life to expanding peace and compassion in the world. In 2008, she served on the Executive Team for Seeds of Compassion, a global event with the Dalai Lama that gathered 150,000 people and contributed to the worldwide compassion movement. While moderating a panel discussion, Emily made a commitment to the Dalai Lama to expand compassion education. As such, she designed and hosted The Shift Network’s 2015 & 2016 Global Compassion Summits. Emily is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ (CCT) Teacher from the Center for Compassion Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University and she teaches the 8-week CCT protocol in the community and in businesses.

Emily also served as the Chief of Peace for The Shift Network and co-designed their first Peace Ambassador Training which has over 1100 graduates. Emily now serves on faculty for The Shift Network Peace Education Programs.

As CEO of HineSight Consulting, Emily partners with businesses, nonprofits and social enterprises that share the goal of increasing mindfulness, compassion and peace on the planet. She currently serves as Vice President of Meru Health, an online medical clinic that offers a mindful and scalable solution for depression. Emily is also an inspirational writer and public speaker who shares practical strategies for doing our inner work, in order to become an expression of peace in the outer world.