A first-generation Greek-American whose cultural roots are in myth, story, and trade, Georgia Stathis is a Pleasant Hill, California, USA-based astrologer and a popular international lecturer who received a BS degree from Northwestern University in Chicago and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University in California. She started her practice in 1977 and is a regular contributor to the astrological community through books, articles, lectures and a variety of learning materials, including the annual Starcycles Calendar.
Georgia teaches at Kepler College and her articles are frequently featured in such publications as: The Traders' Astrological Almanac, published by Linda Long. She has also contributed to The Mountain Astrologer, ISAR and ISBA International Journals, several Llewellyn publications as well as The Encyclopedia of Astrology and various international websites.
Here Georgia speaks with BDTB Coordinator Chris Turner about her life, work, and the conference. From 2016.