Chris Tittle is Director of Organizational Resilience at the Sustainable Economies Law Center, a think-and-do-tank based in Oakland, California, that provides legal education, research, advice, and advocacy for more just and resilient economies. He co-directs SELC’s Community Currencies and Rethinking Home programs, working to cultivate more democratic and place-based models of community resilience. Chris holds an MA in Economics for Transition from Schumacher College and a BA in History and Poverty Studies from Washington & Lee University, and he is currently enrolled in the California Law Office Study program, a practice-based alternative path to becoming a lawyer without law school. He has previously worked as an ecological educator and outdoor guide with inner-city youth, a teacher, and an environmental journalist.
Contribution to GTI Roundtable "On the Sharing Economy"