Rev. Dr. David S. Goldberg

Senior Minister, Unity Spiritual Center in the Rockies

Dr. David Goldberg is passionate about people and servant leadership in both the spiritual and secular environments. He is an ordained minister with four earned degrees, including a Bachelor’s in Journalism; a Masters in Communication; a Masters in Consciousness Studies and a Ph.D. in Ethical and Creative Leadership with a concentration in Creativity, Diversity and Social Justice. His area of study is the intersection of spirituality and leadership.

Most recently, Dr. David was the minister at Unity on the Avenue Spiritual Center in Denver. As well, he previously served as Publisher & Editor of Science of Mind magazine, the second-largest digest-sized magazine in the United States. The 80,000 people who read the magazine in all its forms were his congregants. The magazine’s social media pages had more than 400,000 followers. He interviewed and wrote stories about Deepak Chopra; Michael Beckwith; Lynne McTaggart; Don Miguel Ruiz; Roger Teel; Eben Alexander; Temple Hayes; Michael Gott and Mark Nepo, among many other Unity and New Thought luminaries and leaders. 

Dr. David has 40 years of experience in all aspects of leadership development, communication and public relations, including executive roles with Up with People; American Cancer Society; U S WEST/Qwest Communications; Coors Brewing Company and Johns-Manville Corporation, among others.

At the invitation of Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith and Rev. Dr. Roger Teel, Dr. David serves on the Leadership Council of The Association for Global New Thought (AGNT). A sought-after keynote speaker and workshop leader, Dr. David has spoken at gatherings and conventions throughout the U.S., China, Russia, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.  Most recently he presented at International Brain Summit in Sanya, China; The I Can Do It Conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics in Cincinnati, OH; Asilomar, CA, and the Big Sky Retreat in Big Sky, Montana.

A world traveler, Dr. David has visited 70 countries for service, business and pleasure.  Most recently he worked with K-12 students at a school outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia. David has also served HIV-positive orphans and taught in Kibera, Kenya and spent time in Paris and Chartres, France, leading to his certification as a Labyrinth Facilitator. He is a founding board member of the Up With People International Alumni Association and served on the board of the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking.

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