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Mark Fowler

CEO, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
HRLI Grantee

Rev. Mark Fowler oversees all of Tanenbaum’s program areas and works with operations, fund development, and communications. As CEO, Rev. Fowler is responsible for program development, project management, design and implementation of all trainings, and the expansion of Tanenbaum programs globally.

He is a skilled and sought-after keynote speaker and facilitator in all of Tanenbaum’s core areas and has addressed organizations globally on issues of equality in race, gender, sexual orientation, and religion. Rev. Fowler has presented at the National Council on Social Studies, the National Association of Multicultural Education, Teaching Tolerance, the YMCA of Greater New York, the Partnership for After School Education, the Asia Society, the National School Board Association, the United Nations, the Newseum, the Power of Women Institute, the Return on Inclusion Summit, the OutNEXT Global Summit, and the Forum on Workplace Inclusion regarding prejudice reduction, conflict resolution, bias, and bullying. As architect of Tanenbaum’s membership program, he has conducted training throughout the corporate world.

Rev. Fowler earned a BA in English and education from Duke University and trained as a mediation and conflict resolution specialist with the New York City Department of Education. He is a graduate of the One Spirit Interfaith Seminary and is an ordained interfaith/interspiritual minister.

Upcoming Projects: Peacemakers in Action working retreat; season 2 of the Peacemakers in Action podcast.