Meditate the Vote
Sister Jenna will discuss the recently launched "Meditate the Vote" project which is a community of individuals from diverse spiritual, cultural, political and faith backgrounds. The goal is to engage in conversations that bring us closer together to contribute to a more cohesive and deeper understanding of just how much we have in common and how much we belong to a greater story. During this highly contentious political climate, Meditate The Vote acts as a subtle tool to create more trust, and partnership with others and to unite our country for the greater good. This talk will cover:
- An understanding of Meditate the Vote, what it is, why it was created and the expected outcome
- How to make your choice and listen to your inner voice
- How individuals can become involved with Meditate the Vote
Sister Dr. Jenna is the founder and director of the Brahma Kumaris Meditation Museum in Washington, DC. She is an author, radio and podcast host, and renowned speaker. Sister Jenna’s compassion for humanity is expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads, offering fresh perspectives for youth, women, governments, and communities to find clarity, power, and insight leading to creative solutions.
Sister Jenna has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the 100 Most Influential Leaders of 2015 (Empowering a Billion Women), the President’s Lifetime National Community Service Award, the Everyday Hero Award (The Foundation for a Better Life), and the Friendship Archway Award.
She’s also served as a principal partner on the Oprah Winfrey Belief Team. Sister Jenna is a contributing author to the book Mr. President: Interfaith Perspectives on the Historic Presidency of Barack H. Obama.