Sociologist and Interfaith Action Faculty, Claremont Lincoln University
Lori is a humanist, public sociologist, and interfaith advocate committed to social justice and secular activism. She is a strategy consultant who’s worked with secular organizations and coalitions, such as the Secular Student Alliance and Openly Secular Coalition and has served on the board of directors for the Humanists and Atheists of Las Vegas (HALV). Lori speaks on a variety of topics relevant to humanist issues at religious and non-religious venues, including the President’s Fourth Annual Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, the 2015 ACPA Student Affairs Professionals Annual Conference, Sunday Assembly Las Vegas, the HALV General Monthly Membership Meeting, and for the Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada. Through her scholarship and activism Lori raises awareness of religious privilege, anti-secular discrimination, and hopes to continue to help pave the way for humanist interfaith engagement.