TNE Memberships: Looking Back – and Ahead!

Joyce Plaza|Dec 13, 2018

The end of the year presents an opportunity to review 2018, give thanks, and look forward to 2019. The Narrative Enneagram (TNE) officially launched as a new nonprofit in January 2018 through the merger of two sister nonprofits - Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition (ESNT) and Enneagram Association in the Narrative Tradition (EANT). We are the world's longest running Enneagram school (having just celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Enneagram Professional Training Program) and a membership organization! Thank you to all board members, faculty, staff, volunteers and donors who made this happen!

If you are not a current member, please consider joining TNE or renewing your membership to support the Narrative Enneagram and be a part of our diverse international community. An active membership provides opportunities for you to expand your knowledge and experience of the evolving Enneagram.

In 2018, we hosted our highest attended free webinar for TNE members to date: On Emotion, the Brain, the Mind and the Enneagram with Jack Killen, MD. Current members may watch the recording anytime as one of their member benefits.

Mark your calendars for our next free member webinar scheduled for January 23. Our focus will be a new book due out on December 21 by David Daniels, MD (deceased), co-authored by Suzanne Dion: The Enneagram, Relationships, and Intimacy: Understanding One Another Leads to Loving Better and Living More. Host Anne Geary will be in conversation with Suzanne and David’s daughter Denise Daniels. Plans also are in the works for two additional free webinars for members in 2019. (Nonmembers may attend any of our live webinars at a cost of $30 for each program.)

In this season of giving, also please consider making a tax-deductible year-end donation to TNE. A portion of every dollar you donate supports the TNE Scholarship Program, which empowers future leaders to make a difference in their communities. Recipients are selected based on financial need, intention to teach, diversity, nonprofit or community service, and volunteer service. Click on each of the names below to watch short videos of scholarship recipients speaking about the value of their Narrative Enneagram experience:

I wish you a great holiday season and a happy 2019.

Member, TNE Board of Directors
Chair, Membership Committee

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