Helen LaKelly Hunt
|Born||February 1949 (age 74)|
|Occupation(s)||Activist, feminist, philanthropist, writer|
|Children||3, including Hunter and Leah|
|Relatives||Lamar Hunt (brother)|
Clark Hunt (nephew)
Helen LaKelly Hunt (born February 1949) is an American activist and writer. The daughter of H. L. Hunt, she grew up in Dallas, Texas. She holds earned and honorary degrees from Union Theological Seminary (NY) and Southern Methodist University.
She is founder and president of The Sister Fund.
Hunt lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband, Harville Hendrix.
Helen LaKelly Hunt along with her husband developed Imago Relationship Therapy. Together they have three children, Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, the vocalist of the American black metal band Liturgy, Leah Hunt-Hendrix, an Occupy movement activist, and Kimberly June Miller, co-author of the book Boundaries for Your Soul.
She is a member of the Hunt oil/football family. Her brother Lamar founded the American Football League and the Kansas City Chiefs. Her nephew Clark, Lamar's son, became co-owner and chairman of the board for the Chiefs after Lamar's death.
Hunt has written several books on feminism, including Faith and Feminism: A Holy Alliance and And The Spirit Moved Them: The Lost Radical History of America's First Feminists.
She was also a contributor to the book Becoming Myself: Reflections on Growing Up Female.
Hunt has co-authored multiple books with her husband, including:
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