Pam Coronado is the star of the popular television series, Sensing Murder, and has been involved in psi criminal work since 1996, consulting as a psychic detective to government and private agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, on some of the nation’s highest profile crimes. Pam Coronado is IRVA’s former president and vice president.
Patrizio E. Tressoldi, PhD is a Senior Scientist at Studium Patavinum, Università di Padova, Italy and the Head of the Science of Consciousness Research Group. His main research interests are related to scientific evidence about the nature and characteristics of consciousness as a response to the existential question “Who am I really?”
Coral Carte is a certified CRV Trainer and an accomplished professional operational remote viewer for 20 years. She is an active member of several RV Teams.
Patricia Cyrus has collaborated with Dale E. Graff on multiple precognition experiments in the conscious and dream states of awareness spanning a 25-year period. She also collaborated with physicist Daniel P. Sheehan to develop a physical model of precognition.
Lori has been teaching the military method of controlled remote viewing since 2001, and now offers a variety of cutting-edge live workshops and online video courses. She has been active in the remote viewing field since 1996, working with executives of major corporations, physicians, entrepreneurs, celebrities, well-known psychics, and professionals.
Dr. Angela Thompson Smith, a founding Director and former Board Member of IRVA, has a personal background in experiencing and study of OBEs. She worked in Parapsychology research since the 1980s. Since the early 1990s she has been training others in remote viewing, consulting on application projects, and has written 10 books.
Dr. Mossbridge is a scientist studying remote viewing and precognition who is also a teacher, practitioner, team leader. She is after a deep understanding of love, time, and how these two human experiences relate to corresponding physical forces.
Dale E. Graff is a retired aerospace engineer/physicist who worked for the intelligence community at the Air Force FTD and the DIA. Key assignments were Chief of the Advanced Concepts Office and Chief/Director of the Star Gate remote viewing unit at Ft. Meade, MD.
Frederick H. Atwater (Skip) is the retired President of The Monroe Institute and was the Operations and Training Officer for the once highly classified US Army Intelligence remote-viewing surveillance program. He planned, conducted, and reported thousands of remote viewing intelligence-collection missions for various US intelligence agencies. Skip and has been part of the growth of the The Monroe Institute since 1977.
Jon Knowles has been active in the remote viewing community as a viewer, analyst, project manager and admin person for over 23 years. Jon has written numerous articles for Eight Martinis magazine, and is the author of two books about remote viewing.