Until her appointment in 2002 as Director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and
Museum, Betty Sue Flowers Ph. D. was Kelleher Professor of English and member of the Distinguished
Teachers Academy at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also a poet, editor, and business consultant,
with publications ranging from poetry therapy to the economic myth, including two books of poetry and
four television tie-in books in collaboration with Bill Moyers, among them, Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth.
She hosted Conversations with Betty Sue Flowers on the Austin PBS-affiliate and has served as a
moderator for executive seminars at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, consultant for NASA, member
of the Envisioning Network for General Motors, Visiting Advisor to the Secretary of the Navy, and editor of Global
Scenarios for Shell International in London and the World Business Council in Geneva (on global sustainable
development and, most recently, on the future of biotechnology).
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