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Enoé Texier is an anthropologist and social science professor at the Central University of Venezuela, where since June 2001 she has held the Luis Dolan Chair for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, bringing together representatives of different spiritual traditions with diverse activities to promote interreligious and intercultural dialogue and a culture of peace. Texier has experience as a coordinator and facilitator of educational programs aimed at finding inner and mental peace and at developing brain potential and capabilities to live together in harmony. In 1996, she was co-founder of the Inter American Council on Indian Spirituality in Mexico, and since 2012 she has served as the regional coordinator of the United Religions Initiative for Latin America and the Caribbean. One of her most well-known publications is Understanding Networks (1999). Texier was a participant in the International Higher Education Interfaith Leadership Forum.