George Amoss Jr. a member of Homewood Meeting in Baltimore, attends Little Falls Friends Meeting in Fallston, Maryland. A social worker and psychotherapist, he has served as editor of Universalist Friends, the journal of the Quaker Universalist Fellowship, and he established the Quaker Electronic Archive Web site at http://www.quakerarchive.org.
Stephen W. Angell is Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies at Earlham School of Religion.
Chuck Fager, Editor of Quaker Theology, is Director of Quaker House in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Keith Helmuth helped develop and administer the Independent Study Program at Friends World College in the late 1960’s. Subsequently, Keith and his family operated a market garden and farming business in New Brunswick, Canada for almost three decades. During this time he also worked with a variety of community based social and economic development programs. In 1990 he was Canadian Yearly Meeting’s delegate to the World Council of Churches Convocation on Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation in Seoul, South Korea. He is currently a sojourning member of Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, the Manager of Penn Book Center, and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of Quaker Institute for the Future. He has been writing and publishing in Quaker, Mennonite and ecumenical journals for thirty years.
Damon Hickey is Emeritus Director of Libraries, for the College of Wooster, Ohio.