Meet the Bloggers

Michelle Weber:  Assistant Communications Director, accident-prone chef, dog lover.

Heather DuBois: Assistant Program Director, Religion and Conflict Resolution; soup fancier; resident Cajun queen.

Mark Fowler: Manager of Programs, master baker, sample sale shopper extraordinare.

Rachel Maryles: Program Associate, Religious Diversity in the Workplace & Health Care; secret comedian; apprentice baker.


5 Responses to “Meet the Bloggers”

  1. Thomas Butler Says:

    The blogs for each day were very well written and gave us a conception of what was being accomplished. I thought the organizers made a good choice of places to visit, and of course Fr. Ivo is to be thanked for his role in this. He understood after the war that words could not be found to describe the common horrors that befell Bosnians, and so he went to music, founding a choir (Pontanima), which reminded singers and listeners of all confessions of their common humanity.

  2. R. D. Terry II Says:


    Thanks for your post, “Pushing the envelope of religious leadership.” Your response to the “Riverside Controversy” helped me in understanding the aims and purposes of Tanenbaum.

    What can I do to enhance the movement of Tanenbaum and religious progress?

    Thanks again,

    R. D. Terry II

  3. Heather, Tanenbaum Says:

    Mr. Terry,
    Thank you for taking the time to find us here on Tanenbaum’s blog! I hope that you received my email to further the discussion.
    Best, Heather

  4. Andrew Bowen Says:


    I hope this finds you well. Your “tole-rant” concerning the misconception that religious folk = violent wack job was refreshing. Thank you.

    I am the founder and editor-in-chief of Divine Dirt Quarterly, an online journal that features fiction, poetry, and art that deals with theology. This is a new project and I’m trying to reach out to others in the arts that share a similar vision of free expression in an otherwise classically repressive setting. Do you know of such places?



  5. Heather, Tanenbaum Says:

    Hi Andrew,

    Thanks for getting in touch and for your spot-on synopsis of my “tole-rant.”

    I immediately thought of a friend of mine who is an artist and lecturer: I’m not familiar with institutions focusing on religion/spirituality and the arts, but you’ve got my wheels turning and my eyes open.

    I like the look of Divine Dirt and will be checking it out further. Good luck!

    Best, Heather

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