After completing undergraduate studies in Clinical Psychology at Washington State University, Evanne worked as an in-flight supervisor for Pan American Airways and later worked on the Panamac computer in New York. She then moved to Paris, France, where she lived for 33 years. She was President of Monuff Productions, a music production company located in Los Angeles, a published lyricist, and official translator for American artists and conferences in Europe. A true Franco-American, she wrote the lyrics for the French official song for the 100 year celebration of the Statue of Liberty which opened the gala event in New York on Ellis Island in 1986. Always a lover of the Arts, she later created and was owner of the European art gallery Toktumee, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, when she moved back to the United States in 1997. While in Europe she became a Relaxation Therapist and has been practicing since 1983. She has had the privilege of enriching her methods through teaching abroad and studying with many indigenous peoples. She is now living in the Seattle area of Washington State, where, besides her practice of more than 23 years, she is actively involved in event organizing and fund-raising.
"I consider it a true privilege having had the opportunity to get to know the Rhine, its history and founding by J.B.Rhine, its many accomplishments in the field of what scientific researchers have considered for over 100 years to be paranormal phenomena, and the remarkably interesting and brilliant people who work with the Center. The Center's studies help create awareness and shed scientific light on how the mind is an integral factor in Extrasensory Perception, Telepathy, Clairvoyance, Remote Viewing, Precognition, Psychokinesis and survival of Consciousness.The Rhine is particularly exceptional in its welcome of all those who wish to participate in the exciting experiential and educational events that are a regular part of its planned activities." -- Evanne (Muff) Solvinto