Michael Wolfe |
President and Executive Producer, Unity Productions Foundation
Wolfe was the first journalist to report live from Mecca during the Hajj Pilgrimage and worked with CNN International to produce a documentary about it. His work has been nominated for Peabody, Emmy, and National Press Club awards. He also has won awards from the Society for American Travel Writers and the Wilbur Prize for Best Book on a Religious Theme. Wolfe has authored 10 books.
Faheem Shuaibe |
Imam, Masjidul Waritheen of Oakland
Shuaibe works with religious organizations of all faiths. He has been part of distinguished delegations around the globe on various educational, religious, and peace missions. He is founding member of the Abraham Family Reunion Project, an A-list of intellectuals, professionals, religious leaders, and career diplomats contributing to a national interfaith collaborative.
al-Husein N. Madhany |
Associate, InterCulture, Inc.
Madhany is a track-two diplomat of the global Muslim community. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and is an Aspen Ideas Festival Scholar. He currently works as an associate at InterCulture, Inc., where he procures strategic business, policy, and media communications partnerships that facilitate cutting-edge diplomatic action.
Rob Buchanan |
President, El-Hibri Charitable Foundation
Buchanan previously served as managing director for International Programs at the Council on Foundations and co-authored Making a Difference in Africa: Advice from Experienced Grantmakers. He currently serves on the boards of CAFAmerica, the Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, and Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support (WINGS).
Pamela Harris |
Acting Executive Director, Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media
Harris has a background in documentary film and was one of four codirectors on the PBS documentary, “Waging a Living.” Prior to starting her career in filmmaking, she worked in the nonprofit sector with community-based programs for a spectrum of constituents and causes.