Interfaith Panel

Jason Chu (non-denominational Christian) Hip-hop and spoken word artist, on a mission to speak hope, healing, and justice in a broken world. Jason tells stories about a generation wrestling with fear and joy. He has performed and spoken at 140+ colleges, conferences, the White House, and overseas in Hong Kong and Beijing.

This Yale graduate also happens to be the Chief Storytelling officer for the Pico Union Project.
For more, visit www.jasonchumusic.com

Marium Mohiuddin(Muslim) loves to communicate so much she spends most of her day trying to help others communicate as the Principal Consultant/CEO at Pracca, Inc. She is remarkably active sitting on 6 different boards for organizations including: KCET-Link TV, Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, American Muslim Professionals-Los Angeles, Christian-Muslim Consultative Group, MAJOR Fund, and JQ International. She is the President of the Media Image Coalition, Co-Chair of Abrahamic Faiths Peace-making Initiative, and member of the Islamic Center of Southern California's Interfaith Committee. She is a Fellow, with the Muslim Leadership Initiative with Shalom Hartman Institute, and NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change. To top it all off, she is currently getting her MBA from American Jewish University.

Tahil Sharma (Hindu/Sikh) is a nationally recognized leader promoting religious/secular pluralism and social justice. He works as the Stevens Initiative and Hope Not Hate Campaign Coordinator for AMP Global Youth, a project of Americans for Informed Democracy currently sponsored by the Aspen Institute. He currently serves as a UN DPI-NGO Youth Representative for the Parliament of the World’s Religions, the Interfaith Liaison for Sadhana: the Coalition for Progressive Hindus, and as a Religious Director for the University of Southern California. Tahil also serves as a member of the Working Group on Youth and Gender Equality for the UN Interagency Network on Youth Development.

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