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Christian R. Komor, Psy.D. began a 30-year career in public service as a Clinical Psychologist after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Wright State University in 1989. In the mid-1990’s Dr. Komor founded one of the largest private healthcare centers in Western Michigan. The release of Dr. Komor’s first book, “The Power of Being” (1992) provided a forewarning of and solutions for the crisis of escalating consumerism and excess which now threatens our global way of life in the form of climate change. Today, Chris is the author of more than twenty books including "Driving Ourselves Sane" and "EarthSpirit!", which have been translated into several languages around the world. As a sought after national speaker, Dr. Komor has been the focus of dozens of articles, as well as television and radio interviews. Originally a native of Michigan, Dr. Komor migrated to the American Southwest in the early 2000’s, falling in love with the diversity of Arizona’s land and people. Chris has served as a Deputy Sheriff and on Search & Rescue teams and spent time living in most large and many small Arizona cities, becoming familiar with the varying needs of the people in our amazing state – a state now endangered by climate disruption. Dr. Komor’s concern for the deepening Climate Crisis has now led him into the race for Governor and the publication of his most recent book “Climate Deadline 2035". "Climate Deadline 2035" tells the story of the intense race we are all in to beat the “point of no return” in the 2030's and our one best hope for survival that lies not with scientists or governments but in the will of the citizens of our planet.