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ELIZABETH GOULD has long been fascinated with feminine archetypes, mythology, and rites of passage. She has taught and mentored girls at puberty and is the former director of a nonprofit dedicated to positive menstrual/menopausal education. She holds a BA in Art History from Stanford University and an MS in Education from SUNY.
ELIZABETH GOULD received a BA in Art History from Stanford University and worked for several years in the Old Masters art world in New York City before she obtained an MS in Education from S.U.N.Y. As an elementary school teacher, she found her passion in mentoring girls at puberty and working with their families to better understand this important rite of passage. For many years, she was the director of a non-profit dedicated to positive menstrual/menopausal education and awareness. It is her joy to help women and girls understand and appreciate the intelligence of the female body, and how it connects us to the cycles of the natural world.
The themes in The Well of Truth grew organically out of her two decades of experience as a mother, teacher, and menstrual advocate. The stories incorporate her love of art, travel, mythology, goddess traditions, trees, storytelling, and the moon. Although she is a California native, Elizabeth feels most at home in Aotearoa, NZ. The Well of Truth is her first book.