Carol Grosman is a writer, storyteller and conflict resolution practitioner. She has written and performed stories for peace initiatives, religious communities, cultural venues and schools in the US and Israel. Her conflict resolution work has focused on the Middle East, the Balkans, US inner cities and Christian Jewish relations. She is an Associate of the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution at George Mason Universitys Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
Lloyd Wolf Lloyd Wolf is an award-winning photographer, writer and educator whose work is in major public and private collections, and has appeared in The Washington Post Magazine, Ms., National Geographic Explorer, Jewish Monthly, The Forward, Sojourners, Elle, People, Vogue and numerous other publications. He received a National Endowment for the Arts Photo Survey Grant in 1980. His documentary projects include a prison drug-rehab clinic, the Moroccan Jewish community, the March of the Living, Operation Understanding (on Black-Jewish relations), and "Grandma's House" - a program that cares for HIV-positive babies. He collaborated with Paula Wolfson on two books: "Jewish Mothers: Strength Wisdom Compassion" (Chronicle Books 2000) and "Jewish Fathers: A Legacy of Love" (Jewish Lights, 2004). His first book, "Facing the Wall. Americans at the Vietnam Memorial" (with writer Duncan Spenser) was published by Macmillan in 1986. He is an adjunct professor of photography at George Mason University.
Rabbi Marc Gopin, Professor, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and Director, Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.
Yossi Klein HaLevi, Israel Correspondent, New Republic, Jerusalem.
Sami al Jundi, Center Supervisor, Seeds of Peace, Jerusalem.
Joseph V. Montville, Senior Associate, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C.
Julia Pitner, Executive Director, Institute for World Affairs, Washington, D.C.
Eetta Prince Gibson, Journalist, Jerusalem.
Najeh Abu Shamsiyeh, Civic Education Teacher, Evangelical School, Ramallah.
Dr. Howard Zehr, Professor of Restorative Justice, Conflict Transformation Program, Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA.