Daniel Hunter, a Training Associate for Training for Change has led diversity, nonviolence and strategy training for a wide range of activists and social change groups. He was Program Director of Training for change (ending 2005) and worked with the Baptist Peace Fellowship's Gavel Fund. He has done trainings on strategy and conflict transformation with various ethnic minorities in Burma/ Myanmar, pastors in Sierra Leone, Naga activists in India, environmentalists in Australia and Indonesian religious leaders. In addition, he has worked with a range of labor, religious, peace & justice and activist organizations in the United States and Canada. He graduated from Earlham College as a Phi Beta Kappa with a self- designed major in Conflict Transformation. He completed a 2-year research project on third-party nonviolent intervention, co-wrote TFC's Curriculum and trainer's manual, "Opening Space for Democracy" and led TFC's Strategy Project.