The World Transformation Movement Auckland Centre was founded in 2017 by Pete Sadler and Dr Anna Fitzgerald.

Founder of the World Transformation Movement NZ Centre, Pete Sadler standing on a beach

Pete worked as an optometric technician for many years, and now runs his own gardening business. A keen outdoorsman and respected figure in the New Zealand bush regeneration community, Pete recognised the importance of biologist Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition in 1992, after reading Jeremy’s second book, Beyond The Human Condition.

Pete was drawn to the honesty and undeniable truths in Jeremy’s writing and so when WTM Centres began opening around the world, Pete was inspired to establish a WTM Centre in New Zealand.

“Jeremy Griffith's explanation of the human condition fills me with overwhelming hope for us and everything that lives on and is this awesome planet”

Pete Sadler

“This explanation of the human condition in FREEDOM brings about the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes, which is truly extraordinary.”

Dr Anna Fitzgerald

Fellow New Zealander and co-founder of the New Zealand Centre, Dr Anna Fitzgerald, has also come to love and treasure these incredible insights into the meaning and purpose of human existence.

Anna came across Jeremy Griffith’s explanation of the human condition while completing her doctoral degree in biological sciences at the University of Auckland, eventually moving to Australia in 2006 to help promote these critically important understandings. Anna has worked in both commercial and government funded biotechnology companies in Australia and New Zealand. She has led the development of numerous large-scale genome collaborations, including managing the Australian Government’s investment in biomolecular science infrastructure, and has worked in R & D for the biomedical and horticultural industries.

You can see in the following testimonial how the explanation of the human condition has given Anna a framework through which she is now able to understand every aspect of our lives. In particular, it has allowed her to understand the differences between men and women, bringing about, as she says, “the true liberation of women and the reconciliation of the sexes.