Rev. Dr. Randy Woodley is an author, activist, organic farmer, public theologian and wisdom keeper who addresses a variety of intersectional issues concerning peace, American culture, religion, diversity, our relationship with the earth and Indigenous realities. His expertise has been sought in diverse venues such as Time Magazine, Christianity Today, The Huffington Post and Planet Drum: A Voice for Bioregional, Sustainability, Education and Culture. Randy has served as a member of the Oregon Department of Education American Indian/Alaska Native Advisory Board, Greater Portland Native American Climate Council and other service organizations. He and his wife Edith (Eastern Shoshone) have been in service among America’s most disenfranchised people for over three decades. Randy is a legal descendant of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians and is the Distinguished Professor of Faith and Culture, Dir. Intercultural and Indigenous Studies at George Fox University/Portland Seminary.