Gulienne Rollins-Rishon is a biracial Ashkenazi and Black American speaker, facilitator, and writer. As the granddaughter of German Holocaust survivors and Southern Black Americans, Gulienne uses her own identity to encourage others to explore their relationship with race, religion, and culture. She is the Racial Justice Specialist at USCJ, Social Justice Project manager at Rabbinical Assembly, and founder of HypheNation, a consulting firm for empowering people of all backgrounds to enter into racial dialogue with confidence and grace. Gulienne is a lifelong New Yorker who spent 6 years in Boston and is currently growing roots in Philadelphia. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
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