Megan Devine is a psychotherapist, grief advocate and the author of It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand. Submit media requests via Devine’s Refuge in Grief website.
The Rev. Adam Ericksen is the pastor of Clackamas United Church of Christ in Milwaukie, Oregon. His church has partnered with mutual aid groups, including those with members who identify as anti-fascists, to provide support to wildfire evacuees.
Stanley Granberg is the executive director of Kairos Church Planting, an organization dedicated to launching new Church of Christ churches.
Rob Wagner is a Democratic state senator in Oregon who co-sponsored a 2019 bill mandating Holocaust education in the state’s public and private high schools. The bill passed and will take effect in the fall of 2020.
Greg Russinger is the co-founder and board president of Laundry Love, a ministry run out of laundromats across the country.
Peg Sandeen is executive director of Death with Dignity, an organization that works to increase access to medically assisted suicide. She was previously executive director of the AIDS Project of Central Iowa.
D.L. Mayfield is a writer and author who covers refugees, Christian theology and other ethical issues. She published a reflection on Hallmark movies in Christianity Today in 2015.
Jane Lubchenco is an environmental science and marine ecology professor at Oregon State University in Corvallis. She served as administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration from 2009 to 2013. Additionally, Lubchenco has been the scientific co-chair for many conferences on faith-based environmental activism hosted by Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople.
Carol Christ is the founder of the Ariadne Institute for the Study of Myth and Ritual in Eugene, Ore. She is an expert on goddess-based religion and spirituality and frequently leads spiritual tours to Greece.