the cosmosRebecca Field, is a world server and founded GlobaLearn, an international educational nonprofit that was most active in India, Russia and the former Soviet Union. The organization assisted Tibetan refugees in India with business education. In Russia the group offered health and business education and taught young people how to avoid sex slavery. Ukrainian work dealt with HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and care and information to help young people avoid  human trafficking, especially regarding sex slavery.

Even though the Russian educational system has many merits and is academically superb, its graduates often lack practical business skills. Knowing this, Rebecca collaborated with a Russian nonprofit group in Saratov to bring business and health training to people in the region. Most poignantly she collaborated with the Russian nonprofit in Saratov and taught boys and girls, young women and men what to watch out for to avoid the plague of sex slavery, a kind of indentured slavery that eventually kills most who become involved within a few years. In her work in Russia, the former Soviet Union, and India, Rebecca was able to reach and help 50,000 people, mostly women, through business and sex trafficking avoidance education.

Through her international work she attended a United Nations Summit in Copenhagen on Social Development and participated in a UN meeting in San Jose, Costa Rica and at New York Headquarters.

Originally from Denver, Colorado, she became a world traveler and now considers herself a global citizen. She resides in a small California town that has lots of pizzazz with her husband. Their two sons also live in the Golden State. The couple has a number of ‘heart adoptions’ stemming from Rebecca’s international travels.  These adult children come from Tibet, Ethiopia, Russia, Ukraine, Japan, and one is an indigenous American.

Rebecca has been a writer all her life. She wrote an ebook, Wealth Creation, to help women look at their finances in a practical and positive way. Although most of her work is academic—her latest book is alive with New Age information--To Choose the Fire of the Cosmos, gives hope and promise about the future of the earth and its inhabitants. The book is about humanity and its potential to be a positive force in evolution. The book lights and energizes Ghandi’s statement that, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.”

She quips that she is partly a farmer and has delightedly joined the backyard chicken movement. The gratification of her life currently is her four chickens who are a constant source of entertainment and wonder. She plans to write a book about her ‘girls’. She holds an M.A. in Asian Philosophy, a Ph.D, in Integral Psychology, a philosophical degree with an emphasis on the Perennial Philosophy and an MHROD in Organizational Development