Message: “S.3 E.11 An Interfaith Activist: Jem Jebbia” from Daniel Hodge

Daniel Hodge - December 23, 2018

S.3 E.11 An Interfaith Activist: Jem Jebbia

S.3 E.11 An Interfaith Activist: Jem Jebbia

Well, wrapping up the 2018 year comes with an amazing guest that's not just an activist, but also an engaged and informed thinker, Jem Jebbia! Jem is a first-year PhD student in Religious Studies at Stanford University. Previously, she served as the Senior Assistant Director for the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service at Northeastern University. In her role at Northeastern, Jem provided spiritual care to students of any and no faith, and advised the Northeastern University Interfaith Council. Jem has completed two fellowships for the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) and now serves as a member of the IFYC Alumni Speakers Bureau. Before moving back to California from Boston, Jem worked as the Spiritual Life Council convener at the University of Chicago, where she received her Master of Divinity degree. Jem is also an alumnus of the University of Southern California, where she studied religion, business administration, East Asian languages and cultures, and international relations. So, yeah...she's for real! Happy end of the year and holidays!

From Series: "Profane Faith"

A podcast that engages faith, on the margins. Faith that has been labeled, profane, non-conformist, and/ or “out there.” We’ll be exploring the intersections of the sacred, secular, and profane to find God.

Golden State Sacred Instagram     Jem's Instagram     Jem's FB Practivism Page     Jem's Website

More From "Profane Faith"

Powered by Series Engine