Marsha Hudson has had careers as a college teacher, a bank executive, a gestalt practitioner, and a dream work facilitator. While earning her Ph.D. in comparative literature at UC Berkeley, Marsha co founded one of the first women’s studies programs in the U.S. and has been an advocate for women’s empowerment since then. As a bank executive she managed departments with as many as 300 employees. Currently she is a dream work facilitator focusing on groups and workshops. She has been a volunteer and social activist for most of her adult life, and is currently active with the Pachamama Alliance and the International Association for the Study of Dreams.
Marsha joined HAI in 1995, became an intern in 1997, and for two years served as the administrator for all of Southern California HAI. She is passionate about the HAI mission and endeavors to promote its values in the way she lives her life and how she supports others. She became a board Director in 2018.