ALAN HUTNER has a diverse media, professional and personal background. From boardroom and corporate executive positions, to radio and TV show host & producer, Alan has immersed himself in a variety of career/work endeavors, with an evolving focus on new paradigm, socially conscious business and planetary issues.
Most currently, he is a co-founder and co-creator of Transitions MultiMedia (TMM), which develops, produces, and distributes media, communications and entertainment products for audio, the Internet, Social Media, TV, print and direct consumer mediums. Alan is the founder, producer and co-host of Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM), now three decades plus in distribution to a global audience. TRM is a Santa Fe-based new paradigm program of music, guest interviews, relevant conversation and special features, all focused on socially conscious issues and resources for a better world. Alan has conducted over 5,000 interview/conversations with bestselling authors, workshop leaders, musicians, visionaries, educators and lesser known new paradigm thinkers. TRM airs Sunday mornings 8-11AM MT on KBAC FM 98.1 Radio Free Santa Fe and streams live worldwide. All shows are archived at transradio.com.
As an evolving wisdom holder with years of practical knowledge and experience, Alan has traversed the birth and growth of the sixties revolution, the Information Age and now into the Digital Age, by staying on the leading edge of change (Hence the branded name of Transitions).
During the sixties and seventies, Hutner spent twelve years in a corporate management/executive career with SmithKline Corporation (now Glaxo-SmithKline), a multinational healthcare conglomerate.
While working full time and raising a family, he earned an MBA in 1970. In 1977 Hutner left corporate life to start his own company, Alan Hutner Consulting, as an entrepreneurial consultant. He was a pioneer in the emergent holistic health movement, while initiating his mission/purpose in supporting “right livelihood.”
Hutner served as News and Public Affairs Director for KLSK FM in the late 1980s and, as a popular Santa Fe personality, has hosted TV shows, and emceed and produced community multi-media events. He has produced independent videos and television projects, developed and facilitated transformational events and concerts, and written articles for a variety of publications. He was also a founding partner and editor of The Santa Fe Sun newspaper.
Hutner has served on various boards and on the Mayor’s Public Access Television Committee. He has been honored nationally by Citizens for Health as a “Health Freedom Activist” and by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services/F.D.A. for his work on health fraud and quackery.
A conscientious meditator, yoga advocate, and consciousness teacher he uses media to encourage us all to live in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible way, Hutner walks his talk as a communicator of the values encompassed by those who embrace healthy lifestyles, alternative healthcare, a beyond sustainable economy, and personal growth: All fitting under the broad scope of Love and Truth.
ELIZABETH ROSE – Co-founder and Co-creator of Transitions MultiMedia (TMM) • Media Development • Distribution • Radio Producer • Community Influencer
– Public Speaking & Event Planning
– Personal Development Workshops
– Seventh Generation Constellations
– Spiritual Healings for Sovereign Beings of Light, Twin Flames & Soulmates
– Honoring the Dark Night of the Soul – Childbirth Preparation
★ Rose Blossom TLC – educational and service outreach, RoseBlossomTLC.com Elizabeth is an acknowledged Wisdom Keeper in the field of individual and family health and well being. Her current passion is as a Facilitator of Family Constellation work in the tradition of Bert Hellinger, certified by Hella Neumann and Songs of the Ancestors.
“Rosie’s Ruminations,” audio productions by Elizabeth, focuses on current events, selected music for whole brain and heart-opening experiences and up-to-date information for parents and families.
JON charts his life journey this way. Child, world traveler, student, musician, skier, photographer, writer, broadcaster, political activist, environmental activist, teacher, father, emotionally guided missile, sononaut, psychonaut, and Taiko artist. Growing up as an Air Force Brat and living in Alabama, Panama, New York, and Texas, prepared him to live among the vortex of cultures that is New Mexico. “Santa Fe satisfies my nostalgia for winter. (It’s not as cold as New York). And, it’s higher, drier, and closer to the mountains (than Texas).”
A stint of volunteer health work in Ecuador familiarized him with some of the arts and craft which are sold throughout the world. “When I moved to Santa Fe, I thought there were lots of people who had been to Ecuador too,” he says. “Turns out, the shoulder bags they had with images of Mount Chimborazo all came from Jackalope!” Such is Santa Fe.
The psychonaut in him helped Dr. Rick Strassman with his pioneering studies at UNM, paving the way for current research on PTSD, cancer, and therapeutic treatments.
As manager at AV Systems, he worked with many corporate, nonprofit, government, and educational groups in all the finest hotels in Santa Fe. This includes producing live events on location.
All his skills come together each year producing and managing the stage at the Santa Fe JIN (Japanese Intercultural Network) annual Japan Cultural Festival-Matsuri. Being a percussionist and Taiko player opens his door to working with well known Taiko artists in North America and Japan.
Jon first operated a radio console in college at KNTU. He also engineered at Radio for the Blind in Dallas. In addition to his print, photo, and video skills, his KSFR show “The Accent on Jazz” delighted Santa Fe listeners in the ‘90s. As a “sononaut”, Jon looks forward to bringing new and delicious sounds to Transitions Radio Magazine and new adventures through Transistions Multimedia.
KEN YAVIT is the Folk Music Director, responsible for procuring and airing some of the best Folk and Singer/Songwriter music played on Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM) (hot link). Each week he hosts the Folk and Singer/Songwriter music segment on TRM, live from his home, through the agency of the internet and high-speed telephone lines. He provides color commentary on the artists and reports the weekly playlist to the national Folk DJ listserve, which reports and compiles airplay statistics for Folk, Bluegrass, Singer/Songwriter and several other “Folky” genres of acoustic music.
His home is also the venue for some of the best house concerts in the NW suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. The series, Glenside House Concerts, has been produced and hosted by Ken and his wife Donna since 2003, and presents performers in Folk, Singer/Songwriter and occasionally in Comedy and Blues. Through his connection with the artists who perform at Glenside House Concert, as well as his attendance at other performance venues, Ken adds a much-needed and deep perspective on the music aired on TRM.
Ken and Donna also perform professionally as “Ken and Donna.” (They came up with the name of the act themselves!) Their repertoire includes covers of many of the artists that are played on TRM, as well as a sampling of the traditional and contemporary folk canon, and feature two-part harmonies and simple, yet interesting instrumental arrangements. They are also active members of the Bucks County Folk Music Society. In addition, to stay in touch with the ever-changing music scene, Ken attends live concerts as often as possible, and has recently completed his third weeklong music cruise in the Caribbean.
Ken’s pre-retirement professional career included stints as a human services caseworker, carpenter and cabinetmaker, lab assistant and several decades in the IT profession as a Help Desk Analyst and Technician. He has been helpful in resolving technical issues with the software and hardware in the Transitions Radio Magazine home studios for the entire length of his association with TRM. Even though retired, he maintains a part-time freelance IT consultancy.
Ken has also been a student of A Course In Miracles for 40 years and, for the past 9 years, has actively participated in a weekly study group. He was involved in the Rebirthing Breathwork communities in both Philadelphia and Santa Fe in the 1980s.
Liberty Manabat is the newest addition to our TRM Team and enjoys her role as one of the voices of loving presence on Transitions Radio Magazine (TRM). She is an active Co-Host and Associate Producer of TRM, alongside longtime Host, Alan Hutner. Liberty is also looking forward to engaging her role as Co-Creator with Transitions MultiMedia (TMM) — which develops, produces, and distributes media, communications and entertainment products for radio, the Internet, Social Media, TV, print and direct consumer mediums.
Liberty is a resourceful professional with a history of success managing personnel, facilities, significant projects, including multi-media and special events for the nonprofit, corporate and private sectors. Most recently, Liberty worked for an asset management company in downtown Chicago. Her time at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a leading national civil rights and human relations organization, ignited her passion to understand and explore ways to bridge the gap between diverse groups of people through ADL’s premier educational program called “A World of Difference.” Liberty has also held positions as Special Assistant to the President & CEO of GG&A, a leading consulting management firm for nonprofit organizations, Vice President of Business Development for Gibraltar Real Estate Company, a division of CBIZ, Operations & Facilities Manager, as well as Marketing/Event Planner for Shelbourne Development, an international real estate company; its major project was the Chicago Spire, a 2,000-foot height skyscraper.
Liberty brings her diverse talent in multi-media, business management experience and entrepreneurial spirit to socially conscious business endeavors here in Santa Fe. When she is resting her left brain hemisphere, Liberty devotes her time as a singer/songwriter, actor/performer, yoga/dance/martial arts instructor and sculptor.
We would like to Thank the following folks for their awesome contribution to our TMM website.
Carol Carnicom – Nature photos for banners
Carol Carnicom of Quiet Walk Photography has been an avid photographer since childhood, having been given a brownie camera to take photos of new friends at camp. Her first single lens reflex camera and a road trip from Fairbanks, Alaska to Missoula, Montana started her on the road to scenic photography. Attending the Rocky Mountain School of Photography Summer Intensive and further education at the Santa Fe Community College added to her knowledge of the art of photography. Carol’s outdoor photography features scenic and nature photos from New Mexico and other beautiful locations in western United States. Quiet Walk Photography photos have been published in the “New Mexico Magazine” and have been featured in several photography shows in Santa Fe, NM. Carol also writes travel blogs for others. quietwalkblog.com
Quiet Walk Photography
Website is: quietwalkphotography.com
Kendra Arnold – Website Master
Kendra Arnold is owner of KLA Concepts, a web development and marketing company that specializes in working with small businesses and non-profits. She offers each client customized, beautiful and innovative solutions to develop their business. Kendra is a strong AP-style writer and crafts beautiful press releases for clients. Kendra is also the main website developer for KLA Concepts. She is experience in WordPress, Joomla, PHP, HTML and CSS. She builds custom websites for each client and provides training so that they can get the most of of their site. She has built everything from simple informational sites, all the way to membership sites. She also teaches in the Continuing Education department at SFCC, offering social media and marketing classes for business.
Past Team Accolades
Alan & I would like to acknowledge some of our previous key TRM/TMM Team Members who have played a central role in supporting the growth and sustainability of our small but vibrant multimedia company. We honor them all for their time, talents, energy and Love! Elizabeth Rose
Thank you first of all to our families who have supported us over the years and even to the extent of allowing us to work on weekends for the pre-production and hosting of 1,660+ consecutive weekly radio shows over the past three decades plus. Also Many Thanks to the invaluable support of: Luanne Gueissaz Hutner, Levi Ben-Shmuel, Parvati Markus, Gerard McTernan, Belinda Berse, Bill O’Hanlon, Beth Wright, Clifford Carnicom, and Bill Georgevich. And thanks to all of the other media maestros, minions and mateys who have helped keep the multimedia ship afloat and on course!