Jeane Manning Press Release

Jeane Manning Press Release

Due to COVID 19 Jeane Manning’s presentation is cancelled. Sorry

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 12 March 2020
New book Hidden Energy offers hope for a brighter future
Local author makes researching innovative technologies her life’s work
Jeane Manning was living in Vernon and working as publicist for Caravan Farm Theatre in Armstrong when she first discovered the intriguing global network of inventors who take novel approaches to clean energy. For over three decades since, she has traveled widely interviewing the scientists and inventors making unusual breakthroughs.
Now an internationally published author and living in Kelowna, Manning will share her story with local audiences Thursday, March 19, 7pm at the Okanagan College Theatre in Vernon. The Canadian Society of Questers has invited Manning to speak about her latest book Hidden Energy: Tesla-inspired Inventors and a Mindful Path to Energy Abundance.
“Revolutionary inventions are coming from the study of how energy moves in nature,” Manning said. “There are new reasons to expect a more harmonious future when enough people hold the vision of a higher civilization. New energy is a powerful tool for building a better future, yet that task requires caring and conscious attention.”
Manning, whose extensive experience includes working as a reporter and community newspaper editor in the Okanagan, has researched non-conventional energy alternatives and new inventions for more than 30 years. Her books have been published in ten countries. She has been a guest speaker at conferences in Europe and North America and was a featured panelist at the International Women’s Forum on Future Energy during Expo 2017 in Kazakhstan.
Manning’s new book is co-authored with Susan Manewich, a leadership consultant in Massachusetts who has taught Emotional Intelligence at major universities and is president of an educational non-profit, New Energy Movement. Manewich returned to the USA this week from speaking at the Women’s Economic Forum in Cairo, Egypt.
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Media, for more information, please contact:
Jeane Manning E: jlmanning@telus.net
Landline T: 250-762-4343
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 12 March 2020

New book Hidden Energy offers hope for a brighter future

Local author makes researching innovative technologies her life’s work

Jeane Manning was living in Vernon and working as publicist for Caravan Farm Theatre in Armstrong when she first discovered the intriguing global network of inventors who take novel approaches to clean energy. For over three decades since, she has traveled widely interviewing the scientists and inventors making unusual breakthroughs.

Now an internationally published author and living in Kelowna, Manning will share her story with local audiences Thursday, March 19, 7pm at the Okanagan College Theatre in Vernon. The Canadian Society of Questers has invited Manning to speak about her latest book Hidden Energy: Tesla-inspired Inventors and a Mindful Path to Energy Abundance.

“Revolutionary inventions are coming from the study of how energy moves in nature,” Manning said. “There are new reasons to expect a more harmonious future when enough people hold the vision of a higher civilization. New energy is a powerful tool for building a better future, yet  that task requires caring and conscious attention.”

Manning, whose extensive experience includes working as a reporter and community newspaper editor in the Okanagan, has researched non-conventional energy alternatives and new inventions for more than 30 years. Her books have been published in ten countries. She has been a guest speaker at conferences in Europe and North America and was a featured panelist at the International Women’s Forum on Future Energy during Expo 2017 in Kazakhstan.

Manning’s new book is co-authored with Susan Manewich, a leadership consultant in Massachusetts who has taught Emotional Intelligence at major universities and is president of an educational non-profit, New Energy Movement. Manewich returned to the USA this week from speaking at the Women’s Economic Forum in Cairo, Egypt.

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Media, for more information, please contact:

Jeane Manning  E: jlmanning@telus.net

Landline T: 250-762-4343

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