Sally Mahé has served as core staff since 1996, helping to build URI’s global organization in alignment with its purpose, principles and practices. Currently, she directs regional development which includes support for 16 regional staff and regional leadership teams. Sally is an accomplished trainer in Moral Imagination peacebuilding, Open Space, World Café and Appreciative Inquiry methodologies. Sally co-authored The Birth of a Global Community in 2003 with Charles Gibbs, is co-author of A Greater Democracy Day by Day, and the Law in Action Series. Prior to URI Sally trained teachers in democracy education in the US and Russia and created church-related environmental programs. For over 20 years Sally helped lead schools dedicated to children of diverse faiths. Sally holds Master degrees from Harvard and the General Episcopal Seminary, NYC.
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November 19, 2015 9:05 AM
Violence and misery across the world, as well as threats to peace in all dimensions of human experience, compel us to mobilize as a global community.Read more...
June 29, 2015 3:04 PM
At the the 70th anniversary of the UN, which took place concurrently with the 15th anniversary of URI's charter signing, Sally Mahé led an Appreciative Inquiry session for the crowd gathered at Grace Cathedral.Read more...
May 18, 2015 10:18 AM
Principle 11 of the United Religions Initiative (URI) Charter says that “we seek and offer cooperation with other interfaith efforts.” The diverse community that met during URI’s formation in the late nineties envisioned that URI would be a different kind of organization in many respects.Read more...
May 13, 2015 12:57 PM
As URI entered its 15th year we imagined 15 famous bridges, celebrations in 15 cities, myriad ways we might honor and take benefit from this strategic area of Europe - both historically and geographically - a bridge between West and East.Read more...
February 6, 2015 3:30 PM