True to her baby-boomer generation, Susan Boskey's life has been about answering the question: What is wanted and needed that I can help provide?
In 1979, she met her most significant mentor, R. Buckminster Fuller and went on to co-produce his final 1983 speaking tour, "Only Personal Integrity is Going to Count". Bucky's teachings about the importance of systems thinking inspired her to her now 25+ year study of money and the monetary system. Her goal was to learn why, while money greatly benefited a few, it seemed a headache for most everyone else.
In the 1970's, Susan helped found a solar energy company and demonstration laboratory in Northern California visited by many schoolchildren in the area. She later went on to join the staff of The Hunger Project working many years the end of hunger. In the 1990's she had her own alternative health-care practice while also home schooling her son.
Beginning in 1998, Susan began an intensive four-year study and training with a Registered Investment Advisor to study a cutting-edge approach to personal finance. Soon thereafter, she established her own private practice to make this information available. In 2007 she published her first book, The Quality Life Plan: 7 Steps to Uncommon Financial Security, offering new hope to everyday people with alternative, practical strategies. Household finance's number-one enemy has been hidden in clear view: A debt-based monetary system. To achieve and sustain quality of life going forward, her book reveals the personal impact of such a system and factors it into a unique formula for success.
In 2007, after an auspicious meeting with author and monetary reformer Richard C. Cook, Susan was invited to write the introduction to his upcoming new book, We Hold These Truth: The Hope of Monetary Reform to be released Fall 2008 by Tendril Press, LLC in Aurora, Colorado.
Please feel free to contact Susan with any questions you may have.