Daniel Moceri, M.Div, is a fourth year Ph.D student in the GTU Interdisciplinary Studies department. His work focuses on the intersection between Religion, Psychology, and Culture, with an emphasis on championing marginalized worldviews and experiences. He is the Chief Editor of the Berkeley Journal of Religion and Theology, and has been involved in leadership of… Read More
Anthony N. Johnson, aka, Mtuaswa, Mississippi born and Chicago bred, is a Spiritual Counselor, writer, producer, poet, soldier, teacher, mentor, father, husband and seminarian. He is a second year student at Starr King School for The Ministry in Berkeley, CA, and is committed to a “free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” A former… Read More
Ebony Janice Moore is a womanist scholar and activist doing community-organizing work, most specifically around black women’s body ownership as a justice issue and equal access to education and pay for women of color in the U.S. and in African countries. She has created curriculum for leadership development for high school aged girls in Kenya… Read More
Ian Slattery is a media maker and educator who works at the intersection of storytelling, strategy, and empowerment. He is passionate about empowering individuals and organizations to share their stories, spark action, and create a more just world. Ian is currently the Program Director and Senior Producer at CMAP TV, a nonprofit community media center… Read More
Rev. Dr. John Mabry is the Director of the Interfaith Spiritual Direction program at the Chaplaincy Institute. For more information, see here.
Rev. Lauren Van Ham is the Dean of Interfaith Studies at the Chaplaincy Institute. For more information, see here.
Dr. Isabel Call is an economist and participatory methodologist working towards economic and environmental justice. Hailing from east Tennessee, she has lived in cooperative communities in the Sacramento area, Seattle, Indonesia, and northeast Ohio, and brings to her work a passion for investment in local communities and bridge-building between them. Her research has focused on… Read More
Alexa Fraser is a 3rd year Starr King student, pursuing an MDiv and UU ordination. She is a former Quaker. She volunteers as a community mediator in her home county and has recently completed Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. She has a PhD in Environmental Studies and cares… Read More
Professor Nancy Arvold teaches cross cultural counseling and other psychology courses to graduate students from the standpoint of cultural awareness and humility, recognizing the enormous impact unconscious white privilege, white supremacist social institutions, and intersections with other “isms”: gender, class, sexual orientation, etc. have on the mental health profession. She is currently teaching classes (cultural… Read More
Leadership is an action that anyone can practice. My vision is to cultivate just, equitable, and sustainable societies through an approach to learning and teaching that incorporates experiential, academic, somatic, and participatory methods. This vision has nourished over two decades of partnerships with interfaith and secular justice leaders, communities, and organizations in the San Francisco… Read More