Linda Sartor is one of three trainers that trains trainers for domestic peace teams. She just recently returned to her home in the US after being a field team member in the Nonviolent Peaceforce, serving on the pilot team in Sri Lanka for four years. In addition to her work with the Nonviolent Peaceforce, Linda teaches research courses in a masters in education program, facilitates a process called cooperative inquiry, and leads wilderness trips with people who want to go through a “Rite of Passage” process, which includes spending three days and nights alone fasting in the desert wilderness. She has a PhD in Integral Studies with a research emphasis in Learning and Change in Human Systems and a masters degree in Environmental Education. Linda is part of a research/writing group called the European-American Collaborative for Challenging Whiteness; and lives in an intentional community with twenty two adult members and fourteen children.