Joshua Clark is the Othering & Belonging Institute’s Political Participation Analyst and lead researcher for the Civic Engagement Narrative Change project. Prior to assuming this role, he was Tides Senior Fellow at the Othering & Belonging Institute from 2017 to 2018. Josh is a socio-cultural anthropologist with 12 years of experience in research and advocacy focused on racial justice, immigrant rights, and indigenous rights in the Americas.
Stephen Rosenbaum, JD, MPP, is an Othering & Belonging Institute Visiting Researcher Scholar. He has taught professional skills courses on social justice, mental health, civil rights and Spanish language and cultural competency at Berkeley Law, where he was awarded the title of John & Elizabeth Boalt Lecturer. He has also taught law and policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy, as well as disability rights at Stanford Law.
Elsadig Elsheikh is the Director of the Global Justice Program at the Othering & Belonging Institute, where he oversees the program’s projects on corporate power, food systems, forced migration, inclusiveness index, Islamophobia, and human rights mechanisms; and manages the Shahidi Project, and the Nile Project.