Gary C. Smith is the Director of Training. He served as special adviser for education and on the advisory board prior to being named to the Director position.
Gary works closely with the team to develop educational programs for the Institute. His extensive background in self-actualization and a popular self-development workshop called “The Sage Experience”, as well as other personal growth workshops, positions him perfectly for the role of assisting in the creation of educational models for the Institute.
Prior to serving on the advisory board, Gary dedicated 5 decades to the study of Christianity, the Masons, Rosicrucianism, Transcendentalism, Buddhism, Hypnosis and creative visualization. He was co-founder of the Gurdjieff Center at Two Rivers Farm in Oregon.
Gary studied ancient literature and metaphysics at the University of Oregon and Portland State University. A speech coach, lecturer and author.
Sharon Stewart-Canville is co-author of The Geomic Code and long-time educator. She was engaged in volunteer work with Diablo Light Opera Company in Walnut Creek, as a prop coordinator where she met Phillip Canville ("Phil"), who worked with stage lighting.
Sharon began working with Phillip Canville in 1994. What started as a tutor-editor / student relationship grew into a deeper partnership. Eventually, she became involved in Phil's work by helping to develop what has come to be called the "Geomic Code Assessment".
Through the process of their discussing the Geomic Code, they were able to standardize the concept of Geomic Code into a form easily explained to others.
After Phil's death, Sharon has been instrumental in helping to establish the Geomic Code Research Institute, where she continues Phil's work and acts as a Geomic Code Reader.
Randy Wight a graduate of Cal-State East Bay, is a proven relationship and brand builder working with both start-ups and established companies. An author, inventor and award winning speaker, Randy found his passion creating communication bridges through performing arts. Beginning with North Bay Stand-up Comics he garnered a finalist spot in Showtime’s “Funniest Person in America Contest,” Randy’s list of accomplishments includes corporate trainer, co-founder of Transformational Goals Seminar Series, founding member and regular player in Act II improv, producer with Funny Bone Productions, and speech coach. Randy builds and empowers teams to create businesses that reflect their passion.