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The Resource Center for Nonviolence is a consensus based organization and believes in open discussion, and ultimately, agreement from all parties when decisions are made. To help in this rewarding if sometimes difficult way of organizing, an RCNV Steering Committee helps guide the direction of our work. The Steering Committee has both an oversight and personnel function and fills an important role in the work of the center.
The Steering Committee is currently made up of community members who serve on a voluntary basis. They are made up of a variety of individuals from very unique and varied backgrounds. Anita Seth, executive director of IF is chair. Other members include Mireya Gomez-Contreras, director of the Day Workers Center; Sami Abed, local business owner, paramedic and coordinator of the Palestine-Israel Action Committee; Ellen Murtha; Darrell Darling, retired Methodist minister and co-owner of the Darling House on West Cliff; and Erik Larsen, a conscientious objector from the first Gulf War and current organizer with the SEIU home care workers. We are currently in the process of expanding our steering committee. These individuals have all joined our Steering Committee with the intent of helping further the mission and work of the RCNV, neither of which would be possible without our amazing team. The RCNV thanks all past, present and future Steering Committee members for their service to our organization. If you would like more information about our Steering Committee please call the RCNV: 831-423-1626×101