Elizabeth Shakman Hurd is a professor of political science at Northwestern University. She is the author of The Politics of Secularism in International Relations and Beyond Religious Freedom: The New Global Politics of Religion.
Alan J. Singer is a professor of teaching, learning and technology at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. He previously taught social studies in New York City and has studied how teachers address the Holocaust in the classroom.
Lindsay Friedman is the managing director of Echoes & Reflections, which works to improve Holocaust education in schools.
Sarah Cushman directs the Holocaust Education Foundation of Northwestern University, which supports and trains college-level educators interested in teaching about the Holocaust.
The Rev. Ruben Duran is the director of congregational vitality for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Dr. Imran Qureshi is board president for the Islamic Medical Association of North America. He is a radiologist.
Mary Anne Case is a law professor at the University of Chicago. She teaches on a variety of legal topics, including sexual discrimination, religious freedom, constitutional law and feminist jurisprudence.
Ryan Burge studies the intersection of religious beliefs and political behavior and is an expert on survey methodology. He teaches political science at Eastern Illinois University.
The Rev. Chris Ritter is the directing pastor of Geneseo First United Methodist Church in Geneseo, Ill. He served as a clergy delegate to General Conference in 2016 and the special session on sexuality.