Dr. Nayla Tabbara is the Director of the Adyan Institute of Citizenship and Diverstiy Management, and the vice chair of Adyan Foundation. Previoiusly, she served as director of Aydan’s Cross-Cultural Studies Department. She holds a doctorate in religious studies from the École Pratique des Hautes Études (Sorbonne, Paris) and Saint Joseph University (Beirut, Lebanon) and is a university professor of comparative religions and Islamic studies. She has published in the fields of Islamic theology and other religions; education on interreligious and intercultural diversity; and Qur’anic exegesis and Sufism. In addition, she works on curricula development (formal and non-formal) for multifaith education and intercultural citizenship. Her publications include Divine Hospitality: Christian and Muslim Theologies of the Other (2011, co-author with Fadi Daou; in Arabic and French, 2012); What About the Other? A Question for Intercultural Education in the 21st Century (editor, 2012); and the UNESCO publication, Christianity & Islam in the Context of Contemporary Culture (2009, co-editor with Dimitri Spivak). Numerous research projects and organizations including the research coordinator, L’Arche and Islam (Adyan & L’Arche Internationale); member, International Federation of Catholic Universities research group on religions and cultures, focusing on the topic “Conflicts Related to Religious and Cultural Diversity”; researcher, UNESCO Lebanese-Russian project on youth and intercultural and interreligious dialogue. She was a speaker at the Vatican’s conference on the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate.