Interview with Evelyn Thompson-Hilbert, MA, ALSP | Mindful Leadership, Conscious Compassion, UNLV Masters of Arts - Urban Leadership

Season #1 Episode #16

Evelyn Thompson-Hilbert graduated from University of Southern California (USC) with a BS in Public Policy and Development. She received her Professional Spiritual Practitioner License at the Agape University of Transformational Studies and Leadership in Los Angeles, CA in 2000. She was co-Director of Agape’s Peace Ministry for three years where projects included participation in the Season for Nonviolence, a film festival and community summit focused on the Forgiveness Councils in South Africa with the South African Consulate.  She also served in the Prison Ministry participating in workshops with inmates; Earth Spirit Agape, an environmental ministry; Hand-to-Hand, feeding the homeless; The Adoption Triad and many others. She is a public speaker, workshop facilitator, and writer addressing multiculturalism, race, adoption, adult survivors of child abuse. She was a facilitator of Universal Principles, New Thought Ancient Wisdom Teachings, Spiritual Practices, Self Mastery, and Practical Mysticism at Agape University. She completed additional studies at the Institute of Ancient Mysteries with extensive spiritual work in Egypt, Peru, Kenya and the US. She sees private clients, facilitates meditation classes, and writes about healing from childhood trauma.  Evelyn currently resides in Las Vegas, NV is an Adjunct Workforce Instructor for CSN’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development (DWED) teaching the Community Health Worker Course, where she is frequently a guest speaker for Mindful Self-Care. Over the last several years she presented mindfulness as professional development for many community organizations including CNS, the City of Las Vegas, Nevada Department of Correction’s Florence McClure Prison, and other local nonprofits. She is currently a full-time student inUNLVs Masters of Urban Leadership Program where she is integrating her background into a Legacy Mindful Leadership Project with Nevada Partners. Website: (  Email: [email protected] Support this podcast