Clint is a leading authority in the field of Integral Theory and Practice and has been a senior student of its progenitor, Ken Wilber, for the past 8 years. Clint served in several leadership positions in the areas of operations and curriculum at Integral Institute and Integral Life since 2003. Currently, he is the CEO of Core Integral, Inc., which he founded with Ken in early 2009 as a platform to develop a comprehensive professional training and certification program, aiming to expand the accessibility and ensure the integrity of the
Integral approach. Clint currently serves as adjunct faculty in the Integral Studies programs at both JFK University and Fielding Graduate University.
Clint completed his MA in Organizational Management and Development at Fielding and is currently completing a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems also at Fielding. His research focuses on the nature of human perspective-taking, its role in decision making and human development, along with the creation of methods to scaffold that growth toward higher levels of complexity. He was awarded best paper in Integral Theory at the first annual Integral Theory Conference hosted by JFK University and Integral Institute. In 2010, this paper was published as a chapter in Integral Theory in Action: Applied, Theoretical, and Constructive Perspectives on the AQAL model.
Clint also works as a workshop facilitator, consultant, and coach focusing on the comprehension and application of an integral approach in a diverse range of disciplines. He currently resides in Longmont, CO.