Established as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization in New York, the Global Center for Human (Evolutary) Change is dedicated to providing courses and programs in the human elements of change.

People are working in so many walks of life to make a difference, but are increasingly recognizing that without Human Change we inevitably fall back on the same patterns and levels of behavior.

Our first major project has been to promote the EVO Change Process that we have developed for a global audience with Richard A. Bowell.

We want to ensure that this movement of change continues in strength and, towards this, we anticipate being able to begin three more projects in 2018:

  1. Setting up an Ambassador's School to train up people to present and teach the EVO Change Process.

  2. Translating the EVO Change Process into 3 major languages.

  3. Establishing an advisory function with environmental groups to support personal change amongst their staff and supporters.

Kay Dundorf

Kay Dundorf is a Director and Treasurer of the Global Center and President of National Ethical Service, an NGO affiliated with the Department of Information at the United Nations.


Steven Downey

Steve Downey has had a long career in branding strategy and corporate identity, with parallel emphasis on higher educational and other complex organizations.

Accounts have ranged from companies like Caltex Petroleum, First National Bank of Omaha and Harte-Hanks to universities, such as Penn State, Georgia Tech and Loyola Chicago to institutions, including Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Children's Hospital Boston and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Steve has spoken widely before educational and professional organizations, including to Conference Board Seminars on "Corporate Identity for Competitive Advantage," "Winning Total Commitment Through Cultural Identity," and "Influencing Your Employees With Inspired Positioning."

Avocationally, as a Hamilton College literature grad and admirer of poets as truth tellers, Steve was President of the Yeats Drama Foundation that mounted five consecutive Yeats International Theatre Festivals at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin during the 1990s.

He recently completed his 10th year as President of the New York Browning Society. In 2012, in celebration of Robert Browning's bi-centenary, Mr. Downey produced a CD with his wife and Broadway singer, KT Sullivan, that the Library Journal hailed as "Wisely juxtaposed selections, both spoken and sung by a skilled class of performers".

Lari Junkkari

Lari Junkkari is Co-Founder and Owner of the coaching organization, Novetos – Finland, and the author of more than a dozen books.  He is based in Tampere, Finland.