There are few women alive today who have done more to empower conscious women to actualize their potential and realize their destiny than Claire Zammit, Ph.D. In her two decades as a transformational teacher and leader, Claire has shared her life-changing Feminine Power principles and practices with millions of women around the globe.
Her groundbreaking doctoral research on the underlying obstacles blocking intelligent, conscious, women from stepping into their greatness has been praised as a seminal contribution to the advancement of women in this century.
Over 40,000 women from more than 100 countries have graduated from her innovative online Feminine Power Academy, and her Feminine Power Professional Certification Trainings have trained hundreds more to create fulfilling, impactful and successful careers as transformational coaches, facilitators, and leaders in their fields. She is fast becoming known as the “mentor of mentors” for gifted, conscious women.
In addition to building the Feminine Power global community, Claire is also a wildly successful conscious entrepreneur. In 2010, she co-founded Evolving Wisdom, LLC, which, under her leadership, rapidly grew to become one of the world’s most successful online transformational learning enterprises. In 2013, Evolving Wisdom was ranked #83 on the Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies, and since its inception, it has generated over $50 million in revenue and reached millions of people from more than 180 countries.
A dedicated philanthropist, Claire’s personal contributions and fundraising efforts have been hailed as a major catalyst for the growth of the Girl Power Project which is on track to bring self-esteem and leadership training to over one million low-income girls in Uganda by 2020.
Claire is an active member of Jack Canfield’s Transformational Leadership Council and was the recipient of its Achievement Award, and is also a participant in Deepak Chopra’s Evolutionary Leaders Forum. She is also the recipient of the Just Like My Child Foundation Women’s Leadership Award.
She holds a Ph.D. in Transformational Learning & Change from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and lives in Berkeley, California with her husband of eleven years, spiritual teacher Craig Hamilton.