An activist since the Civil Rights days in 1968, Dr. Eileen Dunn has been a speaker at rallies and marches on gay rights, pro-choice, AIDS, domestic violence, women’s rights, the environment, and human rights. After careers as an ordained minister, spiritual director in addictions recovery and hospice, college & university instructor in Women’s Studies & director of Women’s Programs, director and management consultant of Gender Potential Enterprises leading sexual harassment prevention seminars to government and social services agencies, Eileen moved to South Korea with her spouse to teach English as a Second Language. She traveled to twenty-seven total countries, including South East Asia and Africa. Upon returning in 2010 to the United States, she traveled to Cuba with humanitarian supplies, to Honduras with a human rights delegation, and was a delegate to the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women in 2014 and 2015. Besides continuing her activism, she enjoys her three African-American grandkids in Ashland, Oregon, and her one Mexican-American grandkid in Seattle, Washington. Eileen lives in Ashland with her spouse who works in Juvenile Community Justice in Jackson County and her two very large dogs.