CSIRI Director Andi Bowe Receives 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award

CSIRI Director Andi Bowe has just received an email announcing her inclusion in the front of the new 2018 publication by Marquis Who's Who as one of the top 20 of the top 3% of Global Professionals and also announcing her selection for their 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

Anacortes, WA, July 07, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Andi Bowe just announced her receipt of an email announcing her selection as the 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.

CSIRI is dedicated to creating new habitats and ecosystems designed to integrate advances in quantum physics and new understandings of mutable realities with human life and cultures. As the author of over 100 books, the Director used her background in classical music, systems sciences, and current advances in brain-based research to write papers that became books. These papers were writtten for a PhD in Education & Leadership, Self-Designed through Walden University. After running out of funding right before doing her oral for her dissertation, she settled for an Education Specialist Degree in Education, and used self-publishing as an indie author to share her research. CSIRI carries on the vision of its original founder, Dr. Frederick Bernard Wood and utilizes music to heal victims of domestic violence or cancer victims and their families, as well as educating the public on the social interactions affected by computers in a digital information age.

Dr. Wood's last paper was presented in Toronto in July 2000 at the ISSS (International Society for Systems Sciences), co-authored by the Director, and now available online as an ebook, paperback, or hardback called Climate Change & Advanced Electromagnetics. Dr. Wood believed that a Project on the order of the Manhattan Project, but with all nations participating, would be necessary to prevent further climate degradation, global famines, and the loss of habitats for many species. The Earth Regeneration Society attended a Global Climate Conference in Rio over 20 years ago and their plans for restoring habitats for all species with rock dust and clean energy is on Dr. Wood's website as the paper:"Whose World to Lose? Ours!"

Honored with enrollment in the top 1% of American Executives in 2014, the Director continues to implement a vision of a universal commitment to peace and brotherhood founded on musical and artistic intelligence, and the Right to Care.
CSIRI, Inc. (Computer Social Impact Research Institute, Inc.)
Andi Bowe, Director
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