Instructor(s)

Co-Founder, Author, Producer

Alex Vesely

Grandson of Viktor Frankl, Alexander Vesely, MA. is a producer and award-winning documentary film director at Noetic Films in Los Angeles, California. He is also a licensed psychotherapist and head of the Viktor Frankl Media Archives in Vienna. Vesely began in TV- and film-production and co-founded the production company Clipwerk. His interest in psychology and cinema led him to become a licensed psychotherapist, tutor at the University of Vienna and guest-lecturer at the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film (HFF) in Munich, Germany. Besides his therapeutic practice, he traveled the world speaking on the topic of Logotherapy, the meaning-centered school of psychotherapy founded by his grandfather Viktor Frankl. Vesely worked with renowned dramaturg Christian Mikunda at CommEnt Production Group over five years before continuing his work with Noetic Films in Los Angeles, California. In 2010, his documentary Viktor & I won several awards.

Course Creator, Author

Moira Hummel

Moira’s first career was as a civil litigation attorney where she specialized in research and writing. She left in 2015 to pursue her dream of working with children and young adults. Since 2011, Moira has worked with several non-profits that assist foster youth and has worked with individual foster youth as both a mentor and a summer camp volunteer. She currently works with a non-profit that puts on quarterly programs to help foster youth deal with stress and learn the life skills needed for independent living. Moira read Man’s Search for Meaning and became a Viktor Frankl fan–convinced that his life philosophy has the potential to transform lives. She co-authored The Inspired Wisdom of Viktor Frankl: A 21 Day Reflection Book about Meaning and is currently working on a program that will incorporate Viktor Frankl’s teaching into her non-profit work with foster youth.

Co-Founder, Author

Pam Roy

Through her writing, speaking and mentorship, Pam advocates for the mental health and wellbeing of children and young adults. She writes a blog for parents about education and preparing students for the future of work. Inspired by the meaning-centered philosophy of Viktor Frankl, Pam is involved in film and book projects related to bringing his ideas to a new generation. She is the Executive Producer of an upcoming short film series entitled, Meaning in Madness, which shines a light on the systemic issues contributing to the epidemic of mental health disorders in students. Pam is also the co-author of The Inspiring Wisdom of Viktor Frankl: A 21-Day Reflection Book about Meaning.