Workplace Program AssociateCompany: Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
Role: Session Presenter / Webinar Presenter
2022 Conference Session:
An Exploration of Antisemitism and Islamophobia in the Workplace
Webinar: Beyond the Blame Game: Religion and LGBTQI+ Inclusion at Work
Nina Boe, originally from Seattle, is workplace program associate at Tanenbaum. With an undergraduate background in political science and East European studies, she also has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Washington. Nina served as a student consultant to a nonprofit organization that worked with religious minorities from Syria, helping craft a policy paper based on survey data. She also interned with Sahar Education, crafting an impact report of the organization’s programming in northern Afghanistan.
Domestically, she has volunteered with organizations like the International Rescue Committee, Church World Service, and The ONE Campaign. She also served as a board member for the Young Professionals International Network and Kids4Peace.
Internationally, Nina volunteered two years in Brazil with the Young Adult Service Corps, working on many communications and community-based ecumenical projects. Before coming to Tanenbaum, she served as a Peace Corps Community Development Volunteer in North Macedonia working with Roma nonprofit organizations. She is excited to spend some time stateside and support the mission of Tanenbaum. Outside of work, she enjoys photography, writing, and learning new languages.