Rev. Greta Sesheta is an ordained Staff Minister at Agape International Spiritual Center in Culver City, California. She was formerly the Assistant Dean of Holmes Institute School of Consciousness Studies and of Agape Institute. Rev. Greta has been an active member of the Agape community and the Agape Choir since January 1990. A licensed Practitioner at Agape since 1993, she has produced the annual Soul Sisters Women’s Retreat since 1999, facilitated break-out groups at Agape’s annual Revelation Conferences, led workshops and created sacred ceremonies and rites of passage for individuals and organizations. A popular pulpit speaker, Rev. Greta is on the faculty of the University of Transformational Studies and Leadership at Agape (UTSLA) and teaches prayer classes and ministerial courses. She has a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from UCLA and a Masters of Consciousness Studies from Holmes Institute. She currently writes the Agape eBulletin which over 40,000 people receive online.
As a publicist and producer, Rev. Greta has worked with national groups, local organizations and individuals in promoting inspirational programs. She has co-produced a number of special events including the 150-voice Agape International Choir in sold-out performances at John Anson Ford Amphitheater, The Getty Museum and Royce Hall, UCLA. She was founding administrative assistant and publicist for the 1998 launching of “A Season for NonViolence,” a 64-day international campaign that honors the work of Mahatma Gandhi and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Greta headed up the publicity campaign for the Agape Choir trip to Denver and performances with John Legend and will.i.am at the DNC convention in August 2008.
Rev. Greta is a native of Los Angeles, the proud mother of three daughters and has two granddaughters. She often appears as an actress on television and in print media.