Kaj Wyn Berry
is active with the Puget Sound Zen Center and is on the board of the Northwest Dharma Association. A photojournalist, calligrapher, writer and editor, she is interested in art, education, and the environment.
Genko Kathy Blackman
is ordained in the Rinzai Zen tradition. Active for many years in prison Dharma work, she serves on the Religious Services Advisory Council of the Washington State Department of Corrections.
Laura Ellis
serves on the board of the Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism in Seattle.
Bill Hirsch
is a priest in the (Chinese Hua Yen/Pure Land) White Cloud Buddhist Society and one of the founding members of EcoSangha Seattle. A freelance writer who travels widely in Asia, he serves as secretary on the board of the Northwest Dharma Association.
Heidi Enji Hoogstra
is a member of the Dharma Rain Zen Center and is active in the Portland chapter of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. She is Oregon coordinator of the Northwest Dharma News.
Timothy O’Brien
is executive director of the Northwest Dharma Association. He serves on the board of Seattle’s Multifaith Works and guides the Path of Freedom Sangha.
Julie Welch
lives in Seattle and is current president of the Northwest Dharma Association.
Kaj Wyn Berry, George Draffan, Barry Kaplan, Doug Milam, Steve Neighorn, Barbara Smith, Jan Van Raay, Laura Corsiglia (cover). Others courtesy of Dance Mandal, Golden Lotus Arts, Sakya Monastery, Seattle Tzu Chi Foundation.
Editorial Team
Kate Forster, Amy Groncznack, Heidi Enji Hoogstra, Julie Welch
Web Design
Stephen Schildbach