Simran Jeet Singh is a Sikh, millennial writer, educator and activist. He is a senior fellow with the Sikh Coalition, a columnist for Religion News Service and an adjunct professor for Union Theological Seminary.
Ramy Youssef is a Muslim comedian and actor best known for starring in the series “Ramy” about being a Muslim millennial.
Shelina Janmohamed is a London-based Muslim author, analyst and brand consultant. She is the author of two books, including Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World. Use the contact form on her website to arrange an interview.
Laura Turner is a Christian writer and journalist who frequently explores the intersection of religion and mental health.
Oliver Steffen, who is based at the University of Bern in Switzerland, studies religion and the media, with an emphasis on the spiritual aspects of digital games.
Clive Marsh works at the intersection of religion and popular culture, researching how being a fan of something relates to being religious. He also serves as chairman of the Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Network and leads the Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of Leicester.
Matt Hills directs the Center for Participatory Culture at the University of Huddersfield in England, where he is also a professor of journalism and media. He researches fandom.
Salman Zafar is the editor-in-chief of EcoMENA, a sustainability advocacy group that has written about food waste during Ramadan.
The Rev. Maidstone Mulenga serves as director of communications for the United Methodist Church’s Council of Bishops.