Bonnie J Horrigan, Vice President of the Horrigan Corporation, served as the Executive Director of The Bravewell Collaborative, a philanthropic organization that sought to transform healthcare and improve the health of the nation.  She works for Duke Integrative Medicine as a communications consultant and is core faculty for the Leadership Program In Integrative Healthcare at Duke.


She is the author of three books: Red Moon Passage (Harmony, 1996), Voices of Integrative Medicine: Conversations and Encounters (Elsevier Science, 2003), and the soon to be released The Bravewell Story (Academic Consortium 2016).  She has published more than 200 articles in such places as Spirituality & Health; Science & Spirit; The Inner Edge; Advances in Mind Body Medicine; Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing; Hospitals and Health Networks Daily; and San Diego Magazine, among others. She also penned several national reports, including Integrative Medicine in America and The Pebble in the Pond.


In 1995, Bonnie co-founded, with Larry Dossey, MD and Jeanne Achterberg, PhD, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, a breakthrough medical journal examining alternative and cross-cultural healing practices and the relationship of the human spirit to health and healing.  She is currently editorial director for EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing, an indexed medical journal that examines the healing arts, and the connection between spirituality and consciousness and health.

David J. Horrigan, President of the Horrigan Corporation, is a marine engineer (subsea specialty) with over 40 years of experience and success in the designing and building of complex devices and systems. For the last fifteen years, he has devoted his time to the development and commercialization of his proprietary technologies.


David has managed fleets of ships as a chief engineer for a wide variety of organizations including Invader Cruises Ship Lines, BC Packers fishing feet and Horton Maritime Exploration (submarines).  He founded Horrigan Labs, a high tech incubator and Admiral Fluidics, an advanced marine propulsion company.


David has formed and managed project teams successfully with a 100% on-time/under budget record. He is a recognized international expert in computer facilitation, authoring a newspaper column that was distributed worldwide on that subject for ten years.


David has served as Chairman of the Marine Technology Society (San Diego) and Treasurer of the Deep Submersible Pilots Association. He has won numerous awards for his breakthrough inventions, and is the editor of The Spark in the Sea and the author of Senuosity.