The Great Circle Alliance (GCA) is an independent nonprofit organization with the goal of raising awareness and encouraging contemporary Native voices – artists, scholars, archeologists, and local communities – bringing human presence back into what was once a vibrant sophisticated culture
Marcus Boroughs has a background in museum leadership, curatorial design, and experience development. He began his career in production design for New Zealand national television before working in museum exhibit design and curation. More recently he was the executive director of Aratoi: The Wairarapa Museum of Art and History, in Masterton, New Zealand, where he was responsible for programming, financial development, and community relations. He has worked closely in indigenous relations and repatriation projects with Maori artists and leaders on a national level both at Aratoi and the Auckland Museum. His experience from working within bicultural frameworks informs his current commitment to developing community awareness as well as artistic and educational programs focusing on contemporary and ancient indigenous people in Ohio. Marcus currently lives in Newark, Ohio.
Belinda Gore is a psychologist, psychotherapist, executive coach and consultant, and an expert in the Enneagram, a system for understanding personality dynamics. She is an accredited Professional with Distinction with the International Enneagram Association and has served on the IEA Board of Directors. Belinda was a close friend and colleague of anthropologist Felicitas Goodman, and served as president of the Cuyamungue Institute founded by Dr. Goodman. She is the author of several books and travels globally to teach both the Cuyamungue Method as well as the Enneagram. As a native of Ohio she is committed to strengthening and expanding the voices of the indigenous people of Ohio. Learn more about Belinda at