Human-Rights Advocate & Liaison Minister

Deceased but ever with us

10 yrs executive & consultant in financial portfolio management Chicago, New York, London; 10 yrs entertainment industry, clients: Universal Pictures, Paramount Television, and Warner Brothers Records; University of Hawaii, BA — Business


Human-Rights Advocate & Liaison Minister

TiyiEndea came to GCCA in 1995 from Austin, Texas with a background in midwifery, the arts, and music. She serves as a record producer with the nonprofit record label Global Change Music.

Since 1996 TiyiEndea has been a business consultant, supervisor, designer and project manager for all EcoVillage development and sustainable landscape-design projects for Global Community Communications Alliance, specializing in management of alternative building techniques.

School For Midwifery at Maternadad La Luz, El Paso, Texas


Human-Rights Advocate & Liaison Minister

Centria has more than three-decades of experience in nonprofit financial management and functions as Chief Financial Officer of GCCA. She is also a liaison administrator with numerous affiliated nonprofit organizations.

Before becoming a member of GCCA, Centria served as Executive Director of International and Local Adoptions in Hawaii, as a Guardian Ad Litem advocating the rights of children removed from their homes due to neglect and abuse, and as a counselor to teen parents.

She has been a business consultant, co-coordinator, and project manager for all EcoVillage development and sustainable landscape-design projects for Global Community Communications Alliance since 1993, specializing in management of alternative building techniques.

University of Wyoming and University of Hawaii


Human-Rights Advocate & Liaison Minister

Selendra serves as an editor in the Global Community Communications Publishing department. She is also a staff writer for the Alternative Voice periodical and a Spiritual Ambassador and Counselor of GCCA.

Selendra grew up near Philadelphia where she had an early career in freelance writing and radio voiceovers. Today she applies her interpersonal experience to providing counseling and education to human-rights advocate in training and students of the University of Ascension Science and the Physics of Rebellion.

Penn State University, B.A – English


Human-Rights Advocate & Liaison Minister

Marayeh earned a place in the "Who's Who of American Women" during her 30+ years as a clinical psychologist before becoming a member of GCCA. Since 1993, she has served as a human-rights minister and counselor of GCCA, working to develop methodologies of social coherence and conflict resolution in community. From 2007 to present she has been Executive Director of the Soulistic Medical Institute, an IRC 501(c)(3) corporation organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational and scientific purposes, which includes the supporting service organizations Soulistic Healing Center and Soulistic Hospice.

University of Texas, PhD – Psychology


Human-Rights Advocate & Vicegerent Liaison Minister

Originally from Europe, where he grew up in Germany and Italy, Tarenta has lived and trained in intentional communities for more than 25 years. At a young age, he became a member of the German Stonemason & Sculptor Guild, specializing in stone restoration. After immigrating to North America, he practiced and taught self-sufficient living for seven years with Native American Elders and now, since 1993, serves as a Master Gardener and Spiritual Counselor at GCCA, as well as a Spiritual Care Coordinator and Interfaith Human-Rights Minister with Soulistic Hospice.


Human-Rights Advocate & Elder

MaritaSeen is a licensed massage therapist, trained in British Columbia, Canada, and has been practicing massage for more than twenty-five years. She curently practices at the Soulistic Healing Center in Tubac, AZ. She is also a CranioSacral therapist and a spiritual counselor and has a passion for the interconnected relationship of the spirit-mind-body. MaritaSeen appreciates each person as unique and respects individual potential at all stages of life. She has been with GCCA for more than 26 years.


Human-Rights Advocate & Elder

Arlin has a background in healing and education. He has been with GCCA for more than 25 years, supporting students in their pursuit of higher education and spiritual understanding. Arlin is also a Spiritual Counselor and a Prison Chaplain with our prison outreach and homeless ministries.

L.M.T. Health Enrichment Center School of Therapeutic Massage Therapy, Michigan Massage Therapy


Human-Rights Advocate & Elder

Ala’Di was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand and received her diploma as a comprehensive registered nurse in 1993. Her nursing experience encompasses a variety of healthcare fields including psychiatric, post-partum, geriatric, orthopedic, rehabilitation, home health, and hospice care. She is the Executive Director of Soulistic Hospice. Ala’Di is an educator in her field of expertise to both public and professional audiences. She is intuitive and sensitive to both patients and their loved ones and has dedicated her life to serving humanity. Ala’Di is also a counselor, musician and artist and has a love of animals.


Human-Rights Advocate & Vicegerent Elder
Global Community Communications Alliance