2016 Official Bio (meditation)

 Bio for Dr A Monica Dorhoi, Sr Meditation teacher

Dr. Dorhoi is Sr. Meditation Teacher instructing in Tibetan, Burmese, Chan and Japanese Zen meditation traditions in the last 5 years.

Dr Dorhoi taught +1,000 meditation and yoga students at National Defense University, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, International Finance Corporation, Inter-American Development Bank, Asia Development Bank, Georgetown University, George Washington University, American Heart Association, US State Department, Georgetown Medstar Hopspital, Georgetown University Law School, and Rotary Club Georgetown Chapter. In 2013, Dr Dorhoi attended +50 events and training sessions organized by the Georgetown campus ministries and Georgetown Buddhist Sangha.

Dr Dorhoi is also the 2015 Ambassador for American Diabetes Association. In 2014, Dr. Dorhoi was the Ambassador for the American Heart Association, the 2011 co-organizer of the American Heart Association Gala Fundraiser and the 2011, 2012 and 2013 co-organizer of AHA Heart Walk in Washington DC.

In 2014, Dr Dorhoi was also medical staff at the Georgetown University Hospital and a very sought after inspirational speaker delivering lectures and classes. For American Heart Association, Dr Dorhoi organized over 25 events in 3 months on wellness, meditation practices and research in 2014 alone.

October 2013 to June 2015, Dr. Dorhoi was also a professor and researcher at John Main Meditation Center of Georgetown University. Dr. Dorhoi attended +50 events and training sessions organized by the Georgetown campus ministries and Georgetown Buddhist Sangha.

Dr. Dorhoi organized and taught long meditation retreats such as the 3 months, 3 days, 3 hours meditation retreat in Jesuit Catholic and Eastern meditation and yoga tradition. She has organized meditation program of World Bank and IMF Staff Meditation Club and taught on a weekly basis meditation students of World Bank, IMF and IFC.

Dr Dorhoi is a published author the research focuses on designing meditation programs, retreats, and course curricula.

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