Steve Wilhelm

Editor, Northwest Dharma Association

Board Member for Tibetan Nuns Project

Steve Wilhelm has been meditating since 1968, and engaged in Buddhist practice since 1987. He has studied and practiced in the Tibetan and Vipassana traditions, including extended retreats in both. Steve has taught dharma at Eastside Insight Meditation since 2000, and more recently at Seattle Insight Meditation Society. He also edits Northwest Dharma Association website, an online publication, and serves on the boards of Clear Mountain Monastery and the Tibetan Nuns Project.

He recently finished editing a fourth Buddhist book.

Steve retired in mid-2016 from a 34-year career as a journalist, most of it writing about aerospace, advanced manufacturing and international trade. He has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado.

Steve has been active in several interreligious activities, currently including serving on the steering committee for Fostering Interreligious Relations on the Eastside, and also on an ad hoc team encouraging the Port of Seattle to design and build a new prayer and meditation room at Seattle Tacoma International Airport.

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