The Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement has longstanding relationships through Seattle University and its predecessor bodies, with leaders throughout the region – ecumenical, interreligious, pluralistic – who serve the Center. These leaders are drawn from communities within the richness of the Christian Ecumenical, Buddhist, Bahai, Jewish, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Muslim, Unitarian Universalist, Secular, and more, contexts. Advisors’ professional wisdom ranges across disciplines, from Journalism to Theology, Policy to Business, Organizational Leadership to Teaching. Drawn from the region, and with professional proficiencies that look to the world, the Advisory Council members are noted below.
Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University
Center for Ecumenical and Interreligious Engagement
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