About Mitzi & Dare2create
Dr. Mitzi Ly
nton and dare2create
assist people worldwide in awakening to deeper purpose, calling them to “dare2create a life they love … and a world they desire to live in”.
Dare2create means stepping forth with boldness and authenticity to follow our passions and goals, allowing our talent and creativity to shine. It’s recognizing that we’re living in a time when it’s crucial that we see our interconnectedness with all life and how each of us can play a part in creating a world that works for all earth’s inhabitants.
The purpose of the dare2create show is to highlight and connect individuals, groups and organizations from all walks of life who are, by following their passions, creating a better world for all, while also inspiring others to follow their dreams.
Dr. Mitzi exudes joy and is a loving, deeply compassionate and caring expression of peace — building bridges between people of all faiths, philosophies, cultures, and races. She is honored to be the recipient of several awards for commitment and loving service in the pursuit of global peace.
Dr. Mitzi served as the lead minister for All Faiths church in Sun Lakes, AZ for 2 years and also served as the Congregant Care minister for Creative Living Fellowship in Phoenix, AZ for nearly 8 years.
She worked with the Faith and Community Initiatives Department of Governor Janet Napolitano’s office to assist the needs of those who were evacuated to Arizona as a result of Hurricane Katrina.
She served as the co-director of the Arizona Department of Peace
with Terri Mansfield and as Peace Emissary for the Affiliated New Thought Network
. In conjunction with Best Friends Animal Society and 24 faith leaders from a wide array of faiths, Dr. Mitzi is a co-author of A Religious Proclamation for Animal Compassion
, which was unveiled in Washington DC with members of congress.
Dr. Mitzi is the VP of the board of the Arizona Interfaith Movement
and together with other members of Arizona Interfiath Movement is co-author of two books: Voices of Faith
and also Interfaith Inspirations for our Globalized World
. These books have received widespread praise from scholars professors and theologians including a endorsement from His Holiness, The Dalai Lama.
She is a gifted, passionate and energetic speaker and has spoken to wide acclaim at many national conferences, leadership trainings, business and networking groups, peace events, colleges, interfaith groups, spiritual centers and churches. She has also been a guest on several radio and television shows.
Dr. Mitzi’s ministerial credentials in both Religious Science and Interfaith and Doctorate of Religious Studies are from Emerson Theological Institute and her M.A. is from the University of Utah. Originally from London, England, her creative expression has found many forms, including touring Europe as an ice dancer with Holiday on Ice, coaching ice-skating, teaching a wide array of both academic and spiritual subjects to children and adults. Her passion for dance now finds its expression in ballroom. She is a gratuade of Arizona Ballroom Teacher’s Academy and is one of the many wonderful instructors of dance at Fatcat Ballroom and Dance Company
. A vegetarian for over 23 years, Dr. Mitzi now strives to embrace a mostly vegan lifestyle. She lives in Arizona with her beloved husband, Ron Peer, and their four fabulous felines: Katie, Echo, Nefertiti and Bahramji.