Ivan Boothe

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"Ivan Boothe is the creative director of Rootwork.org, working with nonprofits and social change groups, developing websites and doing online strategy around advocacy, fundraising and member engagement. He helped found the Genocide Intervention Network and worked there for four years, first as the director of communications and later as Internet strategy coordinator. He now works in online communications strategy with the Fellowship of Reconciliation, and as a community organizer with Casino-Free Philadelphia. Ivan co-organizes Philadelphia NetSquared, which brings together nonprofits and tech experts for discussions about using social technology for social change. He has a degree in peace and conflict studies from Swarthmore College and authored a thesis on third-party nonviolent intervention, which was presented at the 2005 PJSA conference. Ivan also serves on the American Friends Service Committee Nobel Peace Prize Committee."[1]

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  1. Board, Peace and Justice Studies Association, accessed March 10, 2011.