Arlene Stepputat


Arlene Stepputat, M.A.,
Integrity International

Arlene Stepputat has assisted individuals and organizations to maximize their potential for more than twenty years in settings that range from classrooms to boardrooms to conferences and street corners. Compassionate service to empower others is Arlene's focus.

In 1989, as Director of Volunteers at Covenant House, New York, Arlene was invited to the White House because the program was honored with the President's Award for Volunteer Excellence.

With a Master's degree from Columbia University in Communitiy Education and an equivalent certification in Applied Psychology from the University of Santa Monica, Arlene is an author, professor, counselor, CEO, board member, volunteer, and keynote speaker.

Arlene brings humor, enthusiasm, and a great smile to all her work. She firmly believes that service is the highest form of consciousness on the planet.

Eliot Jacobson


Eliot Jacobson, Ph.D., 
Vice President,
Integrity International

Eliot Jacobson was Professor of Mathematics at Ohio University from 1983 to 1998, and currently holds the position of Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Eliot has over 20 professional publications, has received numerous  research grants and honors, and was undergraduate chair of mathematics at Ohio University. In addition, Eliot has been active as a computer consultant and webmaster for ten years.

Eliot's expertise is the design and analysis of games. He offers a wide ranging set of skills, from game layout, rules, and design, to a complete mathematical analysis of your game idea. Eliot's game analysis and consulting availability is also featured on and

Eliot's numerous hobbies and skills include creative writing, poetry, juggling, magic, Irish flute, bluegrass and old- timey guitar/mandolin, chess, bridge, and games of all sorts.