Helen LaKelly Hunt is an activist within the women's movement. She is founder and president of The Sister Fund, a private women's fund dedicated to the social, political, economic, and spiritual empowerment of women and girls. Helen has helped start a number of women's funding institutions, including the Dallas Women's Foundation, the New York Women's Foundation and the National Network of Women's Funds (now the Women's Funding Network.)
With three degrees from Southern Methodist University, an honorary PhD. from the Chicago Theological Seminary, Helen also holds a PhD from Union Theological Seminary. In 2004, Atria published her book, Faith and Feminism: A Holy Alliance, which lifts up the dynamic synergy between feminism and progressive faith traditions.
Among other awards, Helen is an honored inductee in the National Women's Hall of Fame. Last year, she co-chaired a campaign called Women Moving Millions that raised $180 million for women’s funds in the Women’s Funding Network.
Also, Helen has co-authored seven books with her husband, Harville Hendrix, and has been instrumental in the development of Imago Relationship Therapy, which he founded. Helen and Harville live in New York City, and have six remarkable children.