Tuli is an Istanbul-based activist and educator who is passionate about building bridges between people. Within the Jewish community, Tuli has used his eclectic Jewish background (he was raised in an ultra-Orthodox family in Jerusalem and NY) 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 is currently a 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.