Tiffany Puett, Ph.D.

From: $500

Tiffany Puett is a scholar of American religions, a community educator, and the founding Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life. She has been writing, developing resources and curriculum, and leading programs on religious and cultural diversity, equity and social justice for 19 years. Her writing has appeared in publications including The Huffington Post, Medium, Religious Studies News, and The Conversation. She’s taught courses on religious diversity, ethics, and research methods at St. Francis College, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Trinity University, and St. Edward’s University. She holds a PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Waterloo and a master’s degree in Ethics from Boston University. Her work is inspired by the rich diversity of Texas, the power of storytelling, and her commitment to mutual liberation.


1. Live webinar

2. Custom consultation

  • Oral history and narrative research project design
  • Interviewing techniques and skills
  • Archive Curation
  • Religious diversity and anti-racism
  • Religious diversity in Texas


Sold By: Institute for Diversity and Civic Life


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Hire experts from the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life to serve as keynote speakers and panelists for online events, lead a workshop, or advise on an initiative. IDCL offers consulting services in two main areas: 1. oral history and narrative research project design and implementation, which includes archive curation and interviewing techniques and skills, and 2. religious diversity and civic life in Texas. All fees benefit the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life, a non-profit organization with a mission to create more inclusive public spaces through storytelling, research, and education.

IDCL is on a mission to expand civic imaginations and build bridges across differences through storytelling, research, and education. Our programs harness the power of stories to transform. We create platforms to amplify underrepresented voices, empower Texans to tell their stories on their own terms and in more nuanced ways, and diversify the historical record. Our programs bridge academic and public conversations, cultivate conversations about belonging and recognition, and facilitate collaboration across communities. Our work is also rooted in commitments to anti-oppression and anti-racism.

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