Melodie Kleiman, J.D. graduated from Stanford Law School and was admitted to practice by the State Bar of California in 1972. Following twelve years of corporate and general practice, she served as the Chief Assistant County Counsel for the County of Ventura, California, for more that ten years. She was a founder and one of the first presidents of California Women Lawyers. Melodie’s career spanned issues from adoption to zoning, as well as the management of a law office of 19 attorneys, and an average load of 900 cases. She has been listed in Listed in Who’s Who in the West; Who’s Who in American Law; Who’s Who, Executive Edition; Who’s Who of American Women; and Who’s Who in the World.
Melodie’s interests extend beyond the boundaries of law to include screenwriting and remote viewing. She is also an award winning photographer and has served as a Board member for several artistic groups including the Ventura County Ballet Company, the Rubicon Theatre Company, San Buenaventura Music Festival, and the San Buenaventura Foundation for the Arts.
In 1995, she was forced to retire due to a progressive neuromuscular disease that had no cure and was expected to be terminal within three years. In order to stay alive, she had to learn how to heal her own body by accessing various levels of consciousness to alter her cells. One of the methods she used was remote viewing. Her health is now stable and, as a by-product of her experiences, she has become able to heal others.