Maureen Caudill was a University Scholar and received her bachelor's degree in physics (with a mathematics minor) with highest honors (summa cum laude) from University of Connecticut, following that with a master's degree from Cornell University. She spent more than twenty years as a computer scientist, with fifteen of those as a researcher in artificial intelligence and neural networks. She was a program manager and researcher for a major government contractor on advanced projects such as DARPA* ( High Performance Knowledge Base program) and ARDA* ( Advanced Question Answering for Intelligence program) that strove to develop computer systems that can demonstrate human expertise in complex question understanding and intricate knowledge of detailed real-world scenarios.
Since beginning the experiences described in her book "Suddenly Psychic," she has become accredited by The Monroe Institute as a nonresidential Outreach trainer, and now offers several different weekend workshops on learning to access altered states of consciousness and incorporating skills accessed in those states in your daily life. This includes training people in the esoteric skill of spoon-bending something that she'd have sworn was a physical impossibility, but that now virtually all students succeed at learning.
Computer scientist, specializing in artificial intelligence and neural networks, Maureen Caudill, discussed both anecdotal and empirical evidence to prove the existence (and power) of various phenomena, including psychokinesis, remote viewing, energy healing, and telepathy.