Brie Loskota "is Managing Director of the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She has conducted research on young adult religious identity in the United States, on Jewish-Muslim relations, faith-based organizations, and on the role of community in organizing to bring awareness about Darfur. She is a co-curator of the Orphans of the Rwanda Genocide photo exhibit. Currently, she serves on a Los Angeles City Human Relations Committee Task Force, is on the advisory board for the New Ground Muslim-Jewish Community Building Project in Los Angeles, on the executive committee for the USC Passing the Mantle: African American Clergy Leadership Institute, and the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute. She is an active member of the Pacific Council on International Policy. Prior to joining CRCC, she was a consultant, conducting research and managing special projects for business and non-profit groups. She also directed the Face to Face/Faith to Faith summer intensive in New York that brings high school students together from South Africa, Northern Ireland, the Middle East and the U.S. to learn conflict resolution and inter-religious dialogue. In addition, she taught high school at a Jewish Orthodox day school and, as a graduate student, was a teaching assistant for the USC course on the Holocaust. She received her Master of Arts in Jewish Studies from Hebrew Union College, studied at Hebrew University in Jersusalem, and received her Bachelor of Arts in History and Religion from the University of Southern California." 
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- Brie Loskota, Center for Religion and Civic Culture, accessed January 27, 2009.