Dr. Mary Nelson
Ms Molly Horan
Stephen earned his B.A. in Religious Studies at North Central College and is currently pursuing his Master of Arts at the Chicago Theological Seminary. He hopes to one day teach Religious Studies at the college level and enrich peoples' understanding of the many beautiful faith traditions our world has to offer. He knows that religious tolerance and interfaith dialogue are some of the key steps to promoting world peace.
20th Anniversary Coordinator
Ashley earned her B.A in Religious Studies from Macalester College. Her interest in interfaith relations developed during her time serving on Macalester's Multifaith Council and researching her senior capstone on interreligious marriages. Ashley is currently waiting to hear back from graduate schools, where she hopes to continue her study of religion. Eventually, she hopes to work full time in the interfaith community as a religious journalist and professor, or a mediator, striving to establish respectful and harmonious relations between religious traditions through dialogue and education.
Ms. Connie Sulkin
Connie Sulkin was a preschool teacher and director for over thirty years. She then developed preschool programs at The Field Museum and was an early childhood consultant for the Chicago Public Schools. During much of this time she volunteered for the Parliament and attended many Parliament activities at the 1993, 1999 and 2004 meetings in Chicago, Cape Town, and Barcelona.