Rajani Gudlavalleti is an Indian-American queer atheist humanist woman residing in Baltimore, MD. Emboldened to dismantle systems of oppression alongside fellow marginalized folks, Rajani works at the intersections of race, gender, public health, and the legal system. She has a Master’s in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University, and provides training, organizing, and evaluation services to improve social welfare policies and programs. In March 2016, Rajani joined the board of Foundation Beyond Belief, bringing with her over a decade of experience in social justice work. Rajani explores her multiple intersecting identities on her website, www.charmingly-hyphenated.com.
Conor Robinson is passionate about improving dialogue (and the world) by increasing the effectiveness and visibility of service-oriented humanism. He is Founding Director of the Humanist Service Corps at Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB), where he also coordinates the Beyond Belief Network and Humanist Disaster Recovery programs. Prior to working at FBB, Conor created Pathfinders Project, a yearlong global volunteering and research trip designed to be the first step toward the Humanist Service Corps. He received FBB’s 2014 Humanist Visionary award in recognition of this work.