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Our own Maureen Fiedler isn't just a radio host--she's also a dynamic and thoughtful public speaker. Maureen is personally passionate about many of the topics we cover on the show each week, including interfaith relations, social justice, and women's rights, and she can speak about these issues with large audiences. 

Maureen speaks at synagogues, churches, mosques and other houses of worship, and at conferences all over the country. She also serves as a lively moderator for panels and discussions about religion.


If your house of worship, conference or workshop is interested in booking Maureen for your next event, please contact us here and write "Book Maureen" in the subject line. We'll get back to you with Maureen's schedule and pricing options.

Maureen joined a panel of Interfaith leaders for a discussion called, "Why Bridging Religious Differences is More Important than Ever" in Fredericsburg, VA. (Photo by Peter Cihelka)

Maureen's upcoming events:
April 2015: Conducting retreat for LGBT community in Arlington, VA
April 2015: Speaker on gender equality for the National Cathedral School for Girls at the Washington National Cathedral
June 2015: Speaker at Intentional Eucharistic Communities Conference in St. Paul, MN
September 2015: Panelist at Women's Ordination Worldwide Conference in Philadelphia, PA

Maureen's recent events:
February 2015: Speaker on her life journey, and preacher for St. George Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg, VA
November 2014: Speaker on her journey to interfaith leadership at Stone Ridge School in Bethesda, MD
September 2014: Keynote speaker at Future Church in Cleveland, OH. Speaking on Pope Francis.
July 2014: Moderator for an interfaith panel at the Yogaville Ashram in Buckingham, VA 
March 2014: Speaker on God and Government issues, at the Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation in Reston, VA
October 2013: Moderator for plenary panel at the Call to Action National Conference Day
September 2013: Moderator for an interfaith panel at the national conference of the Islamic Society of North America

Maureen at the Yogaville Ashram this summer: