Born in Chicago, Earon Davis, J.D., M.P.H., is a transdisciplinary teacher and writer studying human nature and society, cognitive dissonance, human resilience and global wisdom traditions. Earon’s formal education is in sociology, law and public health. In his ever-morphing career, he has integrated study and experience in government policy and regulation, environmental policy, systems thinking, consulting, writing and advocacy, holistic health, nonprofit management, education, ethnomusicology, inter-spirituality and bodywork.
Earon Davis currently teaches undergraduate health and wellness courses for Kaplan University and Indiana University-Bloomington. He enjoys international travel and inter-cultural experiences. Earon has received awards for his environmental health advocacy and teaching. He currently sits on non-profit boards of directors including Living Earth Television, NFP (Board Chair), The Rotary Club of Bloomington Indiana (Secretary), and the Bloomington Community Orchard. Earon lives in Bloomington, Indiana, is married and has three sons and a step-daughter, all adults. Among the aphorisms composed by Earon are, “It takes community to maintain a human,” and “Life is a strange school.”
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- Sustainability's Source in Human Nature
From Minding Nature’s September 2013, Volume 6, Number 3 issue.