Asher Miller, Executive Director of Post Carbon Institute, has worked in nonprofits since 1996. He founded Climate Changers, which inspires people to reduce their climate impact through simple actions, and served as Partnership Director at Plugged In, helping people connect and contribute using technology; International Production Coordinator at Steven Spielberg’s Shoah Foundation, which created the world’s largest video archive of 52,000 interviews from 56 countries; Youth Manager at Volunteer Center of Sonoma County, engaging over 800 teens a year in service and education; and consultant to Just Think and Okizu Foundation. He ghostwrote the autobiography of a Polish Holocaust survivor who fought as a partisan in Belarus. Asher is on the boards of Transition United States and Listening for a Change, and was part of Senator John Edwards’ Cleantech/Green Business Advisory Committee. Born in the Netherlands, Asher now lives in Santa Rosa, California, with his wife and son.