worked variously as a ski instructor, logging crewman, chef and trainer of show-horses, before moving to Claymont where she became an active participant in the American Society for Continuous Education. Cindy became deeply interested in the Principle of Reciprocal Maintenance and was trained in the use of Systematics and the Enneagram by John Bennett’s student, Saul Kuchinsky. After an educational absence, Cindy returned to Claymont as farmer/horticulturist. After living for some years in Europe, Cindy eventually settled in Massachusetts where she met her husband Ben Bennett. She most recently worked in Information Technology and project management. Cindy now works full-time for the J.G. Bennett Foundation as a production manager, webmaster, conference coordinator and travel operations manager. (you name it she does it!)
Cindy is the Team and Travel coordinator for Bennett Pilgrimages
born 1952 in London, was the first applicant for his father’s ( John G. Bennett) International Academy for Continuous Education, and attended the First Basic Course at Sherborne House in 1971-2. Later earning a degree in Fine Arts at Hornsey Art School, Ben worked as a photographer for ten years, and subsequently ran a health foods store in North London. In 1996, Ben qualified as a Psychosynthesis Counselor and worked as a member of a community mental health team in East London. He began some years ago researching his father’s life story for a biographical film. Ben has convened several seminars and conferences subsequently. Ben maintains the John G. Bennett archival material and publishing operations. In 2000, Ben who has two daughters a son, and two grandchildren, moved to Massachusetts where he works as a general contractor and lives with his wife Cindy, her daughter Ally.
Ben helps to facilitates all pilgrimages, trips and is a consultant