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Raz Ingrasci is the President and CEO of the Hoffman Institute and is a highly valued Teacher of the Hoffman Process.
Born in Racine, Wisconsin, he moved west to attend UC Berkeley from 1966 to 1970.
This turned out to be a place and time of momentous social, political and spiritual awakening.
For the two decades, he
devoted himself to the burgeoning field of personal and social transformation inside the "human potential" movement.
studied with Swami Muktananda, Werner Erhard, HH the XVI Gyalwa Karmapa, Dr. Buckminster Fuller, Dr. Donella Meadows, Dr. Heinz von Foerster and Dr. Fernando Flores.
Raz has made developing and disseminating transformational change the focus of his career, holding key executive and executive and training positions in several national seminar companies and bringing transformational learning programs to European and Latin American countries, India and the former USSR.
Raz met Bob Hoffman, founder of the Hoffman Process, in 1973, became friends for two years though their paths took them in different directions for a while.
has worked with his
colleagues for the past 22 years to evolve the Hoffman method to its current, most effective form.
Independent research by the University of California
recently published in a peer-review journal showed that the Hoffman Process
consistently produces more positive, lasting change in participants than anything else that has appeared in the research literature worldwide.
and Liza, his
wife of 32 years, live in Marin County, California.
Their two adult children, Marissa and Mike, live in Los Angeles.
hobbies include golf and old Alfa Romeo sports cars.
Raz is also the President of Hoffman Institute International, an organization comprised of Hoffman centers in 11 countries worldwide.