Dr. Avery teaches at Yale Divinity School and California State University, and has consulted for healthcare systems, universities, and corporations around the nation such as Yale, Bryant, The Susan Komen Foundation, Eastern Idaho Healthcare Systems, and The Conference Board. Her work open minds, builds bridges, and reduces bias. She works with organizations to build inclusive, dialogical, and thriving cultures.
Quinn Winchell received his M.F.A. in directing from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He currently lectures in the Media Arts, Design, and Technology Department, the Department of Comparative Religion and Humanities, and the Department of Music and Theater and teaches a variety of production and criticism courses that engage students in new levels of innovative pedagogy. He is also an independent videographer and specializes in directing, cinematography, editing, production, and screenwriting.
Jonathan Arking is a rising Junior at Princeton University, where he is studying moral philosophy, German philosophy, and theology. He hails from Baltimore, Maryland, where he attended Beth Tfiloh High School before spending a year studying Jewish Thought at Yeshivat Orayta, an Orthodox Jewish seminary in Jerusalem. Jonathan has published works on the relationship between Jewish law and ethics.