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, writer, and project manager. She trained as a political scientist with a focus on community-level cooperation in East Africa and has taught political science to undergrads, evaluated recidivism prevention programs, and managed the creation of a public finance web portal, GovRank.org. Eva enjoys making systems function better for users by turning qualitative feedback into data—and doing oral histories.