Lola P. Wright
Lola P. Wright
Lola is a Chicago original, born and raised. As CEO & Executive Producer, Lola engages change agents and explorers locally and around the world. Lola is a fierce and loving leader who serves as a lightning rod for personal transformation in service of collective awakening. She supports leaders and disruptors in expanding their capacity for influence and impact. She is a master excavator of the subconscious mind, the soul, and serves humanity through a devotional practice to liberation. Lola’s work confronts the lie of separation, the addiction to woundedness and the violence of oppression. One of Lola’s great areas of genius is her willingness to practice candor from a place of love and contribution.
Lola is the founder of “Normal white people.” a platform designed to deconstruct racism among white identified people, she is a member of the Leadership Council of The Association for Global New Thought founded by mentor and friend Michael Bernard Beckwith of Agape International Spiritual Center, a member of the Chicago Ideas Brain Trust, and a May 2019 TEDxChicago speaker.
In addition to the soul salve that Lola provides her clients and community she is the mama bear of four kids ranging from age 22 to 8. Lola and her husband Nathan are master practitioners of the mundane. They are committed to learning with and through each other and see their partnership as their greatest transformational tool.
Lola is fed by connecting with other human beings committed to aliveness and absolutely knows that Life is an extraordinary journey. Lola’s meditation practice and appreciation for stillness is informed by her experience as an ordained minister of Ancient Wisdom and New Thought teachings. Lola’s powerful presence is an exquisite experience of passion and purpose.
Tyler Greene is the CEO & Creative Director at The Story Producer, a live event production and creative consulting business that specializes in live podcast events and theatrical, story-driven experiences.
Before starting his own business, Tyler was the local leader for The Moth storytelling events in Chicago, as well as the House Manager for the wildly popular NPR news quiz, Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me! He also spent 8 years managing events and experiences for WBEZ 91.5FM & Vocalo 91.1FM including live podcast shows, theatrical collaborations with award-winning journalists and experiential marketing projects like the Chicago Chef Battle and the Winter Block Party. Tyler helped launch the first-ever Chicago Podcast Festival in his role as Artistic Director and created a three-day podcast festival at Steppenwolf Theatre Company called Sounds Like Chicago that featured local podcasters, artists and musicians.
Tyler is most proud of launching the WBEZ Podcast Passport event series with WBEZ, which continues to bring national podcast productions to Chicago audiences. Through this series, he’s worked closely with shows like Freakonomics, Ear Hustle, Buzzfeed’s Another Round, WNYC’s Death, Sex & Money and Nancy, Hello from the Magic Tavern, Reveal with Al Letson, The Axe Files with David Axelrod and NPR shows like NPR Politics, Code Switch and Pop Culture Happy Hour.
In what spare time he has left, Tyler stares at his new son, cooks for his husband, plays tennis and vows to one day read all of the “personal development” books he’s collected.
You can find Tyler on Twitter and Instagram (@storyproducer).
Trey has been immersed in mindfulness teachings from as early as he can remember. Trey has attended nearly a dozen national and regional Centers for Spiritual Living Teen Camps, and eventually co-wrote the workshops used to guide the camp. After many years as a leader in the Teen Program, Trey now serves Bodhi as the Administrative Coordinator.
Ameerah began performing publicly at the age of 10 with 3 of her 5 older sisters. She says she didn’t choose her career as a performer, it chose her. Ameerah’s path has taken her around the world touring as a lead and backup singer and a dancer with artist Stevie Wonder and other music industry notables like: Janet Jackson, Paula Abdul, and The Brand New Heavies, just to name a few. Growing up in the New Thought paradigm, and being a yoga practitioner and instructor for over 20 years, are integral to her consciousness and way of being.
Bodhi is supported by a group of dedicated and inspired community members. These members serve consciously to see that the organization fulfills its mission. Our board of directors includes:
- Nikki Bravo
- Joan Coletto
- Gentzy Franz
- Eileen Rhodes
- Lola Wright