In this episode, Q talks with her friend Dr. Tiffany Puett about religion, politics, race and her journey to interfaith and diversity work.
Tiffany Puett is a scholar of American religions and a community educator. As the founding Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life, she researches, develops resources and curriculum, and writes about religious and cultural diversity, equity and social justice.
She also teaches at St. Edward's University and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She holds a PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Waterloo and a master’s degree in Ethics from Boston University.
Her work is inspired by the rich diversity of Texas, the power of storytelling, and her commitment to mutual liberation. She lives in Austin with her husband, two lovely children, and two energetic dogs.