Christine Marie Mason is the editor in chief of Enter Magazine, a journal of inquiry and applied innovation. She convenes community events in the Bay area (including 9 TEDxSanFrancisco events, LoveSpring, Naked Conversations, the Explorers Ball and the sensory experience group Exquisite). She has been a speaker or panelist at more than 100 events on the subjects of innovation, change, technology and humanism, including the Hewlett Packard Innovation Center, TEDxEast, Success Boston, and the Kellogg Entrepreneurship Forum. She has appeared widely on radio and television, including CBS, NBC, and All Things Considered on NPR; and has been an advisor to many organizations such as Estee Lauder, Panasonic, Springboard Enterprises and the Thiel Fellows. She is the founder of the Institute for NonViolent Evolution, is on the board of Insight Out, a violent offender rehabilitation program in California State Prisons, and advocates for restorative justice as a victim’s rights issue. She is a published poet and illustrator, and the author of Indivisible: Coming Home to our Deep Connection (September, 2016).