Author and lecturer, Donna Good Higbee graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with Highest Honors and a B.A. in Religious Studies.
In 1977 she visited the New Age community of Findhorn in Scotland. All the community members believed in and actively practiced respect for all life and love for all mankind. During the one month that she was there, she witnessed only kindness and caring amongst all the people who made up the community. It was (and still is) a model for living. Outsiders are welcome to stay for a short visit and can experience the love in action that is all too often talked about but not practiced in our world.
In 1982 Donna journeyed to London to research the claims of Benjamin Creme, who stated that the Christ had returned and was living in England, awaiting the Day of Declaration, which was to have occurred in the Spring 1982. She joined up with two other journalists and carefully investigated every detail of Creme's bold statements. Upon returning to the U.S., Del Mar Press published her report.
In the mid-90's, Donna established Daona Promotions, a company that brought guest speakers to Santa Barbara to give seminars/lectures. Among the notable speakers were Dr. Roger Leir, Cmd. Sgt. Robert O. Dean, Marc Davenport, Leah Haley, John Carpenter, Michael Glickman and others.
Donna Good Higbee's articles have appeared in eleven countries around the world. She has been interviewed on four television shows, including The Learning Channel and The Discovery Channel; and she's been a guest on ten radio programs, including shows originating in New York, Illinois, Arkansas, Massachusetts, California, Toronto, England and Ireland. Donna had a three-hour interview with Art Bell for the Coast-to-Coast AM radio program, that is broadcast all over the world.
Donna Higbee has been included in Marquis Whoâ€™sWho of American Women, from 2006 to the present. She's also been included in Marquis Whoâ€™sWho in America, since 2006.