Treasurer: Ron Clausen. A long-time hotelier whose background in the hospitality industry goes back generations, Ron owns a motel in upstate New York while managing another in Vermont. He lives in Waterbury, Vermont, and has taken several courses at the Center.
Barbara Brooks. CEO of the Seal Cove Farm Cheese Company. Owner of a goat farm and supervisor of an international group of interns training in animal husbandry and cheese-making, Barb brings to the Board the grounded perspective of a business entrepreneur. She lives in Lamoine, Maine.
Jack Lazarowski. A designer and educator, with degrees from Rhode Island School of Design and Antioch Graduate School of Education. His career arc has included design work for the Smithsonian Institute, Frank Lloyd Wright Institute, Boston Children’s Museum, and education work with the Vermont Arts Council, Dartmouth College, and UVM. He is currently crafting symphony flutes. His lifelong curiosity about ideas in the service of mankind has brought him to study at the Jungian Center.
Secretary: Mindy Boenning. Mindy is an administrator at Empire State College and a former student at The Jungian Center. Prior to moving to Watertown, New York, Mindy worked for Goddard College and the Community College of Vermont.
Susan Mehrtens, ex officio... President of The Center, coordinates the Life Mission Institute program, teaches the core course, provides basic orientation and works with each participant to integrate and apply what they have learned. To her work in personal transformation she brings over two decades of experience in Jungian analysis and dream work. She received a Master’s degree from Atlantic University and a Ph.D. from Yale University. She is the author, co-author or editor of mulitple books, including The Fourth Wave, Intuitive Imagery, and Revisioning Science.
Tricia Senzel first came to the Center as a student of all things Jung in 2005. Multiple courses and years later Tricia remains more curious than ever about the spiritual journey. As Founder and CEO of her leadership coaching practice, Tricia bridges the abstract of human nature with the concrete complexities of business so leaders and their teams can balance forces for smooth sailing. Always one to give back, Tricia joined the Board in 2020.