Jackie Goymour

Advisory Board
Jackie has been involved in interfaith dialogue for over fourteen years and with WIN for over ten years. Having formed WIN’s Barnet Group, she took on the position of Chair for three years, the group has recently celebrated their ten-year anniversary. Jackie has had a number of roles at WIN including managing group development, she is currently on WIN’s Advisory Board.

Dr. Tahirih Danesh

Tahirih is a Human Rights Law Professor, a serial civic entrepreneur, an advocate of the United Nations Global Compact Principles and a member of The 30% Club, a global campaign led by Chairs and CEOs taking action to increase gender diversity at board and executive-committee levels. Tahirih was raised and inspired by some of the most impactful figures who helped shape the rise of her native Iran, following her escape to the West, she has lived and worked with many of the world’s cultures. She is particularly passionate about working with young marginalised and minority communities.

Reverend Michelle Nunn

Michelle is Lead Pastor of a community church in the North West and the first woman to serve as a national leader in the Elim Movement. Michelle entered full time ministry as a church pastor and hospital chaplain in her 30’s having had a successful career leading in the private, public and charities sectors. Michelle oversees various ministries and is involved in mentoring and developing leaders, she is passionate about building healthy community and believes diversity and interfaith dialogue can strengthen and enrich our communities. Michelle has an MA in Practical and Contextual Theology and is undertaking further research in building communities of equals.

Guilda Navidi-Walker

Guilda, a practicing Baha’i, has been involved with WIN for over ten years. Educated at the Lycee of Monte Carlo, she completed her first degree at Notre Dame University California in 1969, then went to Stanford where she completed her Masters in Communications and lectured in philosophy at the University of Mauritius. She then worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Lome, Togo. In 1976 she moved to the UK and worked at Sotheby’s in the research department on the provenance of paintings. She is also on the Council of Ambassadors for the conservation organization WWF.

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