E. Fischer founded InnerAwareness in 1990 to create and manage positive
change for individuals and corporations. Her unique blend of technologies
helps quickly identify and permanently release the invisible roadblocks
and limiting belief systems that sabotage the true potential of a person
Based on the premise that external change must first come from within,
Ms. Fischer has found ways to help people create the internal shifts necessary
to have more of what they want in their personal and professional lives.
She has demonstrated the effectiveness of her cutting-edge methodologies
in over 30,000 hours of change work with thousands of clients in more
than a decade of consultations, workshops, seminars, and training classes.
A dynamic and inspiring speaker, she has appeared on numerous radio and
television shows in the Southwest and East Coast markets, including Good
Morning Texas and Good Day Dallas. A FunEd instructor since June 1992,
she has taught hundreds of classes at FunEd.
In 1995, New Leaders Press, San Francisco, published a chapter from Ms.
Fischer entitled The System versus the Soul, in its anthology,
Rediscovering the Soul of Business: Renaissance of Values. This book also
contains original essays from best-selling authors Gary Zukov (Seat of
the Soul; The Dancing Wu-Li Masters), Thomas Moore (Care of the Soul;
Soul Mates), and Mathew Fox (Reinvention of Work).
Ms. Fischer earned an MBA degree by the age of 22 from the University
of Michigan, specializing in Organizational Behavior. She has a BA in
Economics and Mathematics from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Originally from Iowa, Ms. Fischer has lived in Dallas since 1979.
Starting her career as a strategic planner for a Fortune 100 Company in
Dallas, she then spent five years as manager of financial analysis for
a $100 million manufacturing division of The Standard Oil Company. Ms.
Fischer started an independent consulting practice in 1986, creating customized
programs to improve the quality of customer service and nurture the human
factor in business. In her search for ways to better assist her clients
assimilate improvements and overcome their resistance to change, she established
Ms. Fischer helped establish AAHP, The Association of Alternative Healthcare
Professionals and served as its President for 1999 and 2000. In 1981,
she was a charter member of the Association of Women Executives in Dallas,
and is President of this organization for 2001 2002, their 20th
anniversary year. Ms. Fischer has been included several times in Whos
Who in American Women.