Seán Rose is Project Interfaith's training and outreach associate. An experienced and award-winning interfaith educator, facilitator, and trainer, Seán has worked on cross-cultural programs in the United Kingdom, Europe, and North America. He heads up Project Interfaith's west coast office.
Seán was selected for the inaugural cohort of the international Faiths Act Fellowship, a joint program of the Interfaith Youth Core and Tony Blair Faith Foundation, and his work was recognized with a local community award. He engaged hundreds of young adults through service projects and workshops, and presented at the 2009 Parliament of the World's Religions in Australia. As Schools Officer and Training Associate at 3FF (formerly Three Faiths Forum), Seán delivered bespoke training in the USA, UK, Sweden, and Poland, and facilitated United Nations award-winning education workshops in high schools, reaching 5,000+ students.
Seán has experience facilitating online programs, including an e-learning dialogue program connecting students in 19 countries through video-conferencing, and a university program engaging students from different countries, cultures and ideologies in dialogue and shared action. He has worked with high schools, educators, colleges, universities, and community groups, and is passionate about education, building religious and cultural literacy, and social justice.
Seán holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geography and International Development from the University of East Anglia, and lives in California.