DAVID W. WEBBER, J.D., has had a varied and wide-ranging career in the nonprofit world, ranging from his experience as a public interest lawyer to more recent activities involving nonprofit administration and fundraising. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in music from the University of Pennsylvania, while studying double bass with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. He subsequently completed law school at Temple University, and after commencing a career as a practicing lawyer, he founded the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania in 1988 in response to need for legal services for people with AIDS. He has extensive experience as an editor and published author, has presented at national legal and public health conferences, and is the co-producer of a contemporary music CD. He is an avid (and still performing) double bassist and cellist, and has served or currently serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations involved in human services, education, and the arts.