INGRID CHAPMAN, "a core member of the Catalyst Project is a community organizer, educator, and carpenter by day. Her roots within radical left organizing began as a leading member of the global justice movement in the late '90s. She was a student organizer and member of the Direct Action Network that mobilized thousand of people to shut down the WTO in Seattle. She was a founding member of "Active Solidarity; a collective for anti-racism education" and has led workshops with activists around the country. She has led trainings on direct action skills with the Ruckus Society and played a role in their anti-racist transformation process. She spent much of the last year in New Orleans working with the Peoples Hurricane Relief Fund and Common Ground supporting the struggles for the right of return and equitable rebuilding. The last 5 years she has worked with Oakland residents in struggles for tenant rights, community safety and alternatives to incarceration and policing." 
Resources and articles
- Staff, Catalyst Project, accessed April 13, 2010.