Sable Manson is the Souljourners program director for the office of religious life at the University of Southern California (USC). She serves as the co-chair for research for NASPA’s Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community and is a member of the Interfaith Faith Youth Core’s (IFYC) Interfaith Assessment Academy. Sable received her M.Ed. and Ph.D. in education from USC examining religion and spirituality in higher education. She has contributed to Patheos’s blog series Spirituality Itself and NASPA’s Journal for College and Character. Her current #DigitalFaith project examines how individuals are using digital spaces and technologies for spiritual and religious exploration.
In 2014, Sable, along with co-presenter Tahil Sharma, was identified as one of the Future50 Faith leaders in Los Angeles by USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture and the Interreligious Council of Southern California.
Tahil Sharma is a Southern California native born to a Hindu and Sikh Indian family. He is a nationally recognized leader promoting religious and secular pluralism, human rights, social justice. Tahil serves as a religious director from the office of religious life at the University of Southern California, working on local initiatives to promote inter-religious dialogue and community engagement with students of diverse religious and secular backgrounds, with emphasis on South Asian and Hindu students, with support of the Germanacos Fellowship through the Interfaith Youth Core. He also serves as an interfaith liaison for Sadhana: The Coalition of Progressive Hindus and the vice chair for the committee on human relations for the city of Claremont. He has worked as the Hope Not Hate Campaign and culturama coordinator for AMP Global Youth, a project of Americans for Informed Democracy, to create an intercultural, virtual exchange between students in the United States and the Middle East with the support of the Aspen Institute and the US State Department. Tahil has served as a youth representative to the United Nations DPI NGO for the Parliament of the World’s Religion. He was also recently appointed as the youngest board member of the Southern California Committee for the Parliament of World's Religions.