Ken Wilber
Editor-in-Chief – Ken Wilber is one of the most influential and widely read American philosophers of our time. His writing has been translated into more than 20 languages. Ken is the author of over 18 books, including The Spectrum of Consciousness; The Eye of Spirit; Grace and Grit; Sex, Ecology, Spirituality; A Brief History of Everything; Boomeritis; and The Marriage of Sense and Soul. Over the past 30 years Ken Wilber has developed Integral Theory, a highly influential approach to Integral Studies. He is the President of Integral Institute and lives in Denver, Colorado.
 Sean Esbjorn-Hargens
Executive Editor – Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, Ph.D., is Professor and Founding Chair of the Integral Theory Program at John F. Kennedy University; Founding Director of the Integral Research Center; and Co-founder and Co-organizer of the biennial Integral Theory Conference. He is co-director of theIntegral Ecology Centerat Integral Institute. Sean is currently the most published author applying the Integral model to a variety of topics: sustainable development, ecology, research, intersubjectivity, science and religion, consciousness studies, and play. His articles have appeared in academic journals such as the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Journal of Bhutan Studies, World Futures, and ReVision. He is co-editor of Ken Wilber’s book, The Simple Feeling of Being. With environmental philosopher Michael Zimmerman, Sean is author of the book, Integral Ecology: Uniting Multiple Perspectives on the Natural World (Integral Books, 2009). He is a practitioner of both Tibetan Buddhism (Shangpa Kagyu lineage) and A.H. Almaas’ the Diamond Approach.
 Matt Rentschler
Managing Editor – Lynwood Lord is a writer and photographer based in Santa Monica, California. His work has appeared in publications such as the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, and Public Health Reports as well as popular magazines such as Backpacker, Resurgence, and Budget Travel. Prior to joining Integral Institute, he helped University of California, Los Angeles, researchers develop and promote behavioral interventions for families and at-risk youth.
 Brad Reynolds

Graphic Designer – Brad Reynolds did graduate work at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) before leaving to study under Ken Wilber for over 10 years. He has authored two books, Embracing Reality: The Integral Vision of Ken Wilber (Tarcher/Penguin, 2004) and Where’s Wilber At? Ken Wilber’s Integral Vision in the New Millennium (Paragon House, 2006). Brad has been a scholar of integral studies and the perennial philosophy for most of his life and is a long-time meditator and yoga practitioner. He is currently an independent writer and graphic artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he also works in the computer arts industry.