Barbara Gaughen-Muller is a peace scholar, advocate, activist, author and podcast host; She is internationally known for her peace work. As an inspirational speaker, her enthusiasm for peace is contagious. Her topics include: An Agenda for the Future, The Time for Peace Is Now! Rotary & the Founding of the United Nations-Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the UN.
Barbara is President of the United Nations Association, Santa Barbara, Tri-Counties CA Chapter (www.unasb.org), creating programs to end Sex-Trafficing, Climate Action and Solutions, On the Edge, Global Solutions to todays Problems, Human Rights and Immigration. After her speech at the United Nations in New York, she received the Spirit of the UN award.
She is co-author of the book Revolutionary Conversations:
The Tools You Need for the Success You Want and Co-CEO of Revolutionary Conversations, LLC.
On the website (www.revolutionaryconversations.net), she hosts the Power of Peace ™ podcasts where she interviews international business and elected leaders, authors, NGO’s, teachers and everyday Peacemakers. In the 15 minute podcasts you will see how they create
peace and how you can become the peace needed in our world today..
Barbara is the program director for the fastest growing RotaryeClub, The Rotary E-Club of World Peace (www.rotaryeclubofworldpeace.org) For the Rotary World Peace Conference 2016 she interviewed 65 of the 100+ program speakers. Podcast are available at
She continues the peace work of her late husband, Dr. Robert Muller, former UN Assistant Secretary General. Together, Robert and she co-created 7500 Ideas for a Better World,
shared daily (www.goodmorningworld.org). She serves on the Boards of the Peace Crane Project, (www.peacecraneproject.org), and Peacehenge, the first International Monument for Peace and is a member ofThe Club of Budapest. In January 2019, she received the Visioneers
Lifetime Achievement Award (https://thevisioneers.ca). She is the founder of the award-winning Gaughen Global Public Relations, celebrating its 25th year working for a better world.