Steve Chase is the founding director of Antioch University's environmental studies master's program in Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability. He teaches courses in Organizing Social Change, Political Economy and Sustainability; Leadership for Change; Diversity, Justice, and Inclusion; and Nonprofit Organizations and Social Entrepreneurship. A longtime community organizer, writer, speaker, and popular educator, Steve is very active with the international Transition Movement and is one of the co-founders of the Transition Keene Task Force--the 56th Transition Initiative in the United States and the first in New Hampshire. He is a trained facilitator for the Pachamama Alliance’s Awakening the Dreamer Initiative and is very active with the Putney Friends Meeting (a Quaker congregation) in nearby Vermont. He is a webeditor for Relocalization: The Keene Transition Movement Community Website and Blog and the Quakers In Transition website and blog for the Earthcare Ministries Committee of the New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. His latest book is Letters To A Fellow Seeker: A Short Introduction To The Quaker Way and he is particularly interested in encouraging interfaith participation in the Transition Movement."