Laurie Paarlberg is a professor of philanthropic studies at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis.
Filippo Menczer is a computer science professor at Indiana University Bloomington and the director of the school’s Observatory on Social Media.
David C. Leege is a professor emeritus of political science at Notre Dame University. His areas of study include American voting behavior and religion; he has written about Catholics and politics.
Leslie Hiner is the vice president of legal affairs for EdChoice, an organization that researches and advocates for school choice programs. Arrange an interview through Jennifer Wagner.
Janine Giordano Drake is a research fellow at the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture at Indiana University. She is currently working on a book about Christian socialism.
Kraig Beyerlein directs the Center for the Study of Religion and Society at the University of Notre Dame, where he’s also an associate professor of sociology. He studies civic engagement and social networks, and he’s written about how religious belief deters problem gambling.
Anne Williamson is the founder and director of WAYfinding, which leads discussion groups on spiritual topics and organizes service projects.
The Rev. Timothy Shapiro is the president of the Center for Congregations in Indianapolis. He’s also an ordained Presbyterian pastor. He is the co-author of Divergent Church: The Bright Promise of Alternative Faith Communities.
Terrell McTyer is the minister for new church strategies for the Hope Partnership for Missional Transformation, a ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ.)