To contact the Board, email email@example.com .
Chair: Twylla Alexander
Conway, Arkansas and Portland, Maine
Twylla Alexander is a Veriditas-certified Advanced Labyrinth Facilitator and author of the book, Labyrinth Journeys ~ 50 States, 51 Stories. As part of her own personal journey, Twylla walked an outdoor labyrinth in every state in the U. S. and interviewed its creator – all women. She facilitates labyrinth walks and leads labyrinth retreats, providing the space and time for women to explore their own personal journeys. Her children’s book, The Power of Bread, was published in January, 2021. A retired speech-language pathologist and elementary school teacher, Twylla and her husband, Drew, have lived and worked on four continents. They currently divide their time between homes in Conway, Arkansas and Portland, Maine.
Vice Chair: Stephanie Reib
In 2010, Stephanie met Lauren Artress and the labyrinth. It was love at first walk. She found the labyrinth to be a perfect tool for reflection, insight and creative problem-solving. Following her pilgrimage to Chartres with Veriditas in 2014, Stephanie completed facilitator training in 2016 and joined the Board in 2018. While working to support Veriditas and our facilitators, she also hopes to help increase the creation and use of labyrinths for mindfulness and health, particularly in medical, therapeutic and community settings.
The Board is responsible for the oversight of the non-profit, Veriditas with a focus on
fiscal management, fundraising and policy issues.
If you are interested in the Veriditas Board of Directors, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com for more information.
When there are vacancies on the Board, the process of applying begins with a conversation with the Executive Director followed by the submission of an application and resume.The Board Development Committee will review your application and if you are selected,you may then be invited to a phone interview. The Committee would then make a recommendation to the Board. Three year Board terms are subject to approval by a vote of the Board.