Shelley combines her lifelong love of nature with many years of environmental advocacy and research. She has served as staff and a board member of QEW, Quaker Institute for the Future, Earthlight Magazine and many other non-profit organizations. She is an environmental scientist with a focus on air quality. Shelley lives in the San Francisco area and is a member of Strawberry Creek Monthly Meeting.
Hayley is passionate about the relationships between ecology, economy, and faith. Her professional and personal endeavors reflect this as well as her interests in grassroots activism, solidarity economics, radical hospitality, and popular education. Originally from Connecticut, Hayley spent three years working in Mexico City at the historic Quaker center for peace and international understanding, Casa de los Amigos. She served as the director for three years and coordinated their migration, economic justice, and peace programs before that.