Trilight Tom Ray - Webmaster
Trilight Tom Ray is a community organizer
and networker extraordinaire with many years of focused experience
in multimedia, print and online publishing. He currently lives
near Lancaster, Pennsylvania and does Web Site services for clients
in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, California and around the world.
He has a special interest in serving the needs of Native American,
environmental, peace and international civil society groups with
his publishing and information technology skills.
Trilight has thirty-five years of experience
in using his multimedia skills to support events, campaigns and
communities. For many years he served as editor, fundraiser,
and designer for the San Francisco Survival Manual (formerly
the Haight Ashbury Switchboard), a pioneering publication and
information service that harnessed the recourses of San Francisco's
activist community and human services establishment and delivered
it into the hands of it's poor and disadvantaged communities.
He has been personally involved with many peace marches, peace
camps, environmental and human right campaigns - and producing
the events, publications and networking required for their success.
He was among the earliest adopters of personal computers, multimedia
publishing and web publishing. His motto is "publish or
perish" because he believes that information is a powerful
tool that can save lives and change lives.
Trilight is well versed in the both the
commercial, technical and human aspects of publishing. He served
as business manager, reporter, networker, layout and design artist
for New World Times magazine "Dedicated to the Renaissance
of the American Indian". He was an owning partner of 415TECH
Media LLC, and served as editor, information systems and production
manager of San Francisco's Dot-Com Directory, published in 2000.
From 1999 to 2001 he designed and created program guides, display
advertising and marketing materials for 415TECH, San Francisco's
largest Internet and IT business networking event. From 2003
to 2004, he was the Calendar Editor and Admin. Assistant and
Database Manager for Zene Magazine, a destination magazine for
Trilight is involved with many significant
global and local citizen initiatives through over thirty years
of working with the Unity Foundation (www.unityfoundation.org) in San Francisco.
Unity Foundation has produced 100s of large concerts, multi-cultural
festivals, forums and special events, all focused on peace and
human unity. Trilight was the editor of the foundations' Unity
News, the publisher of its web site and has been a key member
of its events production team.