Rev. Tutu is the Missioner for Racial and Economic Equity at the Cathedral of All Souls, Asheville, NC. The challenges of growing black and female in apartheid South Africa have been the foundation of Rev. Tutu’s life as an activist for human rights.
A highly respected scholar and public intellectual, the Rev. Dr. Serene Jones is the 16th President of the historic Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York and President of the American Academy of Religion.
Named #1 on the Newsweek/The Daily Beast list of the most influential Rabbis in America, recognized by The Forward and Jerusalem Post as one of the fifty most influential Jews. Featured on the cover of TIME magazine in 2018 based on Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms.
Author or editor of twenty books on US public policy and on religious thought and practice. Public advocate on behalf of peace, civil rights, full equality for women and gay people, freedom for Soviet Jewry, and healing for the wounded earth.
Rabbi Shira Milgrom reflects a generation of rabbis who passionately create extraordinary encounters with Jewish texts, rituals and traditions that merge the intimate and personal with Jewish text and tradition.
Imam Rushdan serves as an Advisory Board Member at New Ground, Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change. He runs the community outreach program for the Masjid Bilal Islamic Center.
Fr. Richard was trained at Yale Divinity School. He was ordained a deacon by Bishop Paul Moore and ordained a priest by Bishop Horace Donegan. He served as a priest in Zion Episcopal Church for 22 years.
Rabbi Eilberg serves as a spiritual director, peace and justice activist, and Senior Faculty for The Mussar Institute. She served as the Coordinator of Jewish Engagement for Faith in Action Bay Area, a multi-faith, multi-racial social justice organization.
Rabbi Sarah Bassin serves as a rabbi at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills where she drives congregation-based justice work in immigration and refugee advocacy, gun violence prevention, rape culture and more.
During his lived experience as pastor, his understanding of the causes of poverty, marginalization of immigrants, and compassion for the impoverished very much deepened.
Religious leader and Community activist who focuses on public health and safety, and pulling youth out of gangs. Publisher of the Muslim Community Report Newspaper and the founder of Tea-Out-Stress.
In the last twenty- six years Rabbi Weinberg has studied mindfulness. She has introduced meditation into the Jewish world as a form that can enliven and illuminate Jewish practice, ideas and community.
Director of Learning of the Pastoral Excellence Network. Larry has extensive experience working with leaders from a wide variety of religious affiliations: Protestant churches, Roman Catholic and Jewish communities.
Rabbi James worked for Encounter Programs in Jerusalem, helped create and lead the rabbinical student program for T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, and taught intro to Judaism classes in Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
Rabbi Spitzer has been active in work for Israeli-Palestinian peace since the 1980s, serving on the Board of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights and as a founding member of the Advisory Board of J Street.
Suella Gerber is wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, pastor, friend. She is the Pastor at a small Mennonite congregation.
Named by Newsweek as one of 2013’s top 50 most influential rabbis in the United States as well as by The Forward as one of the 50 most newsworthy and notable Jews in America.
Rabbi Neil Comess-Daniels is the Head Rabbi at Temple Beth Shir Shalom, and has a strong personal commitment to organizations that deal with interracial and interfaith relations and homelessness issues.
Executive Director of the Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County (Bay Area, CA) & active in LGBTQ inclusion, comprehensive immigration reform, hunger relief, affordable housing, poverty alleviation and peacemaking in Israel-Palestine.
Rabbi Marcus sees activism and social justice as an important part of Jewish values. She served on the National board of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, and has facilitated workshops for Jewish Funds for Justice.
The Rev. Dr. Eileen Altman serves on the Steering Committee of Multifaith Voices for Peace and Justice and convenes the Palo Alto Faith Leaders group.
Secretary of the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem
Rabbi Feldman is the founder of the Petaluma Community Relations Council in recognition that communities best function when disparate opinions can share their concerns.