Daniel Clarke Flynn is a native of San Francisco, citizen of Ireland and resident of Belgium. He is a member of Westminster Meeting, London and is a Quaker Action on Alcohol and Drugs trustee. He serves as a Woodbrooke Learning associate tutor, Woodbrooke Worship facilitator/elder, Quaker Universalist Group committee member, and Quakers Uniting in Publications member. He has written articles published by the Friend, Western Friend, Among Friends, and Discovering Quakers in Britain. He mentors and supports the African Great Lakes Consortium of twelve local African created and managed charities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burundi, nine of which were started and are managed by African Quakers. He serves as a volunteer for Médecins Sans Frontières’ (MSF) headquarters in Brussels doing translations, editing and English language teaching and workshop leading, and does volunteer service in two other international associations whose work is based on spiritual principles.