Tenzin Dorjee serves on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, an independent, bipartisan government commission tasked with tracking religious freedom violations around the world. He is also an associate professor of communication, including conflict resolution, at California State University, Fullerton.
Kori Street is the senior director of programs and operations for the Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education at the University of Southern California. She specializes in the use of Holocaust survivor testimonies in the classroom and has served on international and national committees on Holocaust remembrance and research. Arrange an interview through […]
Symone Sass coordinates the Meal Partners Program for Jewish Federation & Family Services of Orange County. The program organizes meals between Holocaust survivors and volunteers to reduce isolation and broaden survivors’ support systems.
Moses Penumaka is the director of theological education for emerging ministries at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. He was previously a youth minister and educator in India.
Brie Loskota is the executive director of the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the University of Southern California. She researches religious change and facilitates partnerships between faith groups and the government.
Dusty Hoesly is a lecturer in North American religions at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He studies new religious movements, secularism and how minority faith groups shape American culture.
Rabbi Niles Elliot Goldstein leads Congregation Beth Shalom in California’s Napa Valley. He’s also co-founder of The Napa Center for Thought and Culture, which hosts events for people who are interested in Judaism but don’t want to attend traditional synagogue services.
Rabbi Susan Goldberg is on staff at Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles. She leads Nefesh, the temple’s community-driven ministry that’s redefining what Shabbat service should look and feel like. Contact her through her assistant, Ashley Sullivan.
Lennon Flowers is the co-founder and executive director of The Dinner Party, which facilitates conversations about loss over shared meals. She also leads The People’s Supper, which addresses ideological, political and racial divides.