Niánn Emerson Chase, a Path of Exploration and Truth with Global Community Communications Alliance
Niánn Emerson Chase’s interest in exploration and truth have followed her from childhood. This amazing descendant of both Ralph Waldo Emerson and Meriwether Lewis has travelled her own path from childhood in various Native American reservations to co-founder of Global Community Communications Alliance.
Years before her work with Global Community Communications Alliance, Niánn grew up in a home where Christian principles were taught and practiced along with the traditions of First Nations spirituality. As Niánn matured physically and spiritually, she took every opportunity to absorb information on other world religions and philosophies.
After studying English at Arizona State University, Niánn returned to the San Carlos Apache reservation where she taught for 15 years. She continued to study as well, taking master’s level courses in education.
In the late 1980s, Niánn answered her lifelong call to spiritual ministry, and in 1989 she cofounded Global Community Communications Alliance with Gabriel of Urantia. Today she continues her ministry with Global Community Communications Alliance as director of the Global Community Communications Schools for Adults, Teens, and Children as well as co-executive director of the Alternative Voice.
In addition to these activities, Niánn continues to use her formal education in English. She has coauthored several books with Gabriel of Urantia, including Teachings On Healing, From A Spiritual Perspective, to further the teaching of Global Community Communications Alliance.
Through Global Community Communications Alliance, Niánn Emerson Chase brings truth to others. Her ministry and teaching, coupled with her passionate and peaceful activism, provide powerful change for the lives she touches.