Tuli is an organizational consultant and graduate student at Northwestern University, who is passionate about building bridges between people. Within the Jewish community, Tuli has used his eclectic Jewish background and Kevah-Teaching-Fellowship training to help people find their place in the study of Jewish text and perpetuate the idea that a more inclusive Judaism is a more meaningful Judaism. Along with his Jewish and Muslim colleagues from the Newground fellowship, Tuli created Two Faiths, One Prayer, a project that promotes shared spaces of worship. A short documentary about the experience has been viewed by over 250,000 people worldwide. Professionally, Tuli served as senior fellow of the JDC's Jewish Service Corps working in the Jewish communities of Turkey to enhance and enrich teen programming and youth leadership initiatives, and develop community-wide programs and long term strategies for young adult engagement. Prior to his work in Turkey, Tuli was based in Los Angeles where he worked at JSF Financial, a financial planning and wealth management firm, and taught Talmud at Shalhevet High School. Tuli loves to travel the world with his wife Ruthie, and enjoys a good conversation, book or podcast, preferably outdoors and in the vicinity of live music.