Nadine Epstein, Editor-in-Chief and CEO of Moment Magazine, is founder and executive director of the Center for Creative Change and founder of the Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Initiative. An award-winning journalist, she reported for the City News Bureau of Chicago and the Chicago Bureau of the New York Times and has written numerous publications. She was a Knight-Wallace Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Epstein has co-written three books as well as a documentary film shortlisted for an Academy Award. Her artwork and photography are featured in several exhibitions.
Ted Koppel is the managing editor for the Discovery Channel. In this role, he anchors and produces long form programming examining major global topics and events for the largest cable network in the United States. He joined the network in January 2006. Ted Koppel is a 42-year veteran of ABC News. Since 1980, he was the anchor and managing editor of ABC News Nightline, one of the most honored broadcasts in television history. As the nation's longest running network daily news anchor, his reporting touched every major news story over the past 25 years. A member of the Broadcasting Hall of Fame, Mr. Koppel has won every major broadcasting award including 40 Emmy Awards, eight George Foster Peabody Awards, 10 duPont-Columbia Awards, and two George Polk Awards. His 10 Overseas Press Club Awards make him the most honored journalist in the Club's history.
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks is an international religious leader, philosopher, award-winning author and respected moral voice. Rabbi Sacks was awarded the Templeton Prize in recognition of his exceptional contributions to affirming life's spiritual dimensions. Described by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales as "a light unto this nation" and by former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair as an "intellectual giant" Rabbi Sacks is a frequent contributor to radio, television and the press both in Britain and around the world. Formerly Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth between 1991 and 2013, Rabbi Sacks has held numerous professorships at several academic institutions and is currently serving as the Ingeborg and Ira Rennert Global Distinguished Professor of New York University. He holds 17 honorary doctorates and is the author of over 30 books.