Engaging the Client for Success: Lessons from a Decade of Operational Remote Viewing
The client’s role can be critical in the success of a remote viewing project. Gail Husick will discuss how the remote viewing practitioner can best serve the client by effectively educating and engaging the client throughout the life-cycle of the remote viewing project. This talk will include numerous examples from Husick Group client projects, and will be of interest to remote viewing clients and practitioners alike.
Ms. Husick has been trained and mentored in Controlled Remote Viewing by Lyn Buchanan, former training officer for the U. S. Army’s Remote Viewing unit at Ft. Meade. She is also a Certified Reverse Speech Investigator trained by Reverse Speech pioneer David Oates.
Prior to founding the Husick Group, Ms. Husick was a partner at the law firm of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Silicon Valley, where she managed financing transactions for corporate clients in the technology sector, and where she also served as a member of the firm’s management committee and as the firm’s hiring partner.
Ms. Husick is a licensed private investigator and holds a Certificate in Private Investigation from the University of Washington, the top-rated civilian investigative training program in the United States.
Ms. Husick has served as a board member of multiple non-profit organizations, including the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA), the French-American School of Puget Sound, and the Humanities Advisory Board of Rice University. Ms. Husick holds a degree in Economics from Rice University, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.