Travis Rejman is the founding Executive Director of the Goldin Institute, a global forum dedicated to supporting grassroots partnerships for global change in the areas of poverty alleviation, environmental sustainability, and reconciliation. Prior to creating the Goldin Institute, Travis served as Director for the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions, leading the development of the program for the 2004 (Barcelona) and 1999 (Cape Town) Parliaments of the World's Religions. Prior to working in the interreligious field, Travis worked in the environmental movement, focusing on coalition building, grassroots education and civic engagement. Travis has conducted consultative site visits and worked on location in over 20 Partner Cities in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle-East and, South and North America. Travis currently lives in Chicago with his wife, Gia, and son, Maxwell.