- One of the NLP Origin Creator
- Chief Trainer of NLP University, USA
- Co-founder of NLP University, USA
- One of the NLP World Top Master Trainer
- Been assisted both NLP founders developed the knowledge of NLP, known as the Mother of NLP
- Winner of the NLP Award for Lifetime Contribution 2019
Judith DeLozier has been a trainer, co-developer, and designer of training programs in the field of Neuro-Linguistic Programming since 1975. A member of Grinder and Bandler’s original group of students, Judith has made fundamental contributions to the development of numerous NLP models and processes.For more than thirty years, as a consultant, trainer, training designer, and ordained minister, Rev. Patricia Novick has focused on issues of social justice, diversity, health, and the environment. She holds doctoral degrees in clinical psychology and in ministry, as well as master’s degrees in sociology and divinity.
She is currently a leader in the Bronzeville/Pilsen Augment Reality Project, a community-based project to develop a mobile phone “app” using emerging technologies that highlights the positive cultural, historical, artistic, and natural resources within those minority communities
She is a founding trainer at the Multicultural Leadership Academy, a nine-month program that builds understanding and collaboration among Latino and African American leaders. That project is depicted in a documentary film that has aired on public television stations.She was the lead consultant on a project to support Hispanic immigrants in becoming engaged members of their communities through training in community organizing, leadership, and advocacy skills, and she designed, presented, and administered a three-year program to teach immigrant parents and their children (ages two to 18) about leadership, healthy living, and self-care strategies.In 2018, she was one of three persons awarded the prestigious Belfer Fellowship by the Anti-Defamation League for her activities to combat discrimination and advance social justice. She is currently a research fellow at the Field Museum of Natural History as well as a returning fellow at the Egan Office for UECP at DePaul.
In the past she has been a research fellow at Loyola, De Paul, and Harvard universities.She has provided extensive train-the-trainer workshops on mental health, resilience, and personal vitality to leaders from the Latinx, African-American, Asian, and other minority communities in Chicago and beyond. The self-care wellness program she designed has been taught to more than ten thousand people in the United States and other countries.