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  • Noel Castellanos
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  • Christo Greyling
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  • Mike Yankoski
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  • Romanita Hairston
  • Ron Sider
  • Sandra Thurman
  • Scott Sabin
  • Shirley Mullen
  • Stanley Green
  • David Anderson
  • Steve Haas
  • Steve Stirling
  • Tri Robinson
  • Zach Hunter
  • Joe Mettimano
  • Mary Nelson
  • David Beckmann
  • Noel Castellanos
  • Denver Moore
  • Ron Hall
  • Bryant Myers
  • Ron Nikkel
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  • Angela Thomas
  • John Thomas
  • Karen Kingsbury
  • Lynne Hybels
  • Jaime Jamgochian
  • Margaret Becker
  • Israel Houghton
  • Josh Wilson
  • Matt Maher
  • Warren Barfield
  • Brandon Heath
  • Anthony Evans
  • Tony Campolo
  • Group 1 Crew
  • Mike Weaver
  • Christopher Crane
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu
  • Kay Warren
  • Rob Bell
  • Brenda Salter McNeil
  • Gary Haugen
  • Princess Zulu
  • Amy Sherman
  • Matthew Sleeth
  • Star Parker
  • Jim Wallis
  • Heidi Unruh
  • Dolphus Weary
  • Gerald Durley
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  • Sandra Thurman
  • Shirley Mullen
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  • Zach Hunter
  • Mary Nelson
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David Batstone is a professor of Ethics at the University of San Francisco. He is founder and president of the Not For Sale Campaign, a movement to end modern slavery, and Right Reality, an international social venture firm. Batstone has authored seven books, the two most recent being Not For Sale (HarperSF) and Saving the Corporate Soul (Jossey-Bass). He was a member of the founding team of Business 2.0 magazine and served six years as executive editor of Sojourners magazine and founder of the SojoMail e-zine. He currently serves as a senior editor of Motto magazine. He has contributed articles to the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, and SPIN. He is the recipient of two national journalist awards and was named National Endowment for the Humanities Chair at the University of San Francisco for his work in technology and ethics. During the 1980s, Batstone founded a non-governmental agency dedicated to economic development and human rights in Latin America.

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