After spending about 36 hours post-election wishing she were a lawyer, Emily Breunig created Small Stones. Emily is a writer, educator, and editor who has edited and designed interdisciplinary curricula in both non-profit and corporate settings. She’s spent years in community college composition and literature classrooms, where her courses centered around issues of social justice, psychology and decision-making, and critical thinking. She’s also served as the ELA instructor in professional development institutes for K-12 science teachers, with a focus on climate change.
Eva Kaye-Zwiebel is a researcher and project manager. She trained as a political scientist with a focus on community-level cooperation to generate public goods. She has taught university students about African politics and managing common resources, evaluated the effectiveness of recidivism prevention programs for California cities and counties, and managed the creation of a web portal on the financial position of 12,000 U.S. municipalities.