Charlie Wiles — Executive Director
For me, authentic interfaith engagement affirms my faith in humanity. If we approach interfaith community building with curiosity and humility, it can be transformative. I believe that it is an essential tool to help overcome many of the challenges we face in the modern era. It is also fun and very enriching!
Allison Bishop — Administrative Assistant
Pronouns – She/Her/Hers
I am from Cleveland, Ohio. I completed my undergraduate degree in history from Ohio University. I am a Literacy AmeriCorps alumnus and served two years in the AmeriCorps with Project READ in Dayton, Ohio. I recently worked as the Outreach Coordinator for accessABILITY, Center for Independent Living, a disability advocacy organization in Indianapolis.
Aimee Formo — Program Director
I love facilitating exposure to difference and helping people grow their cultural competency. I’ve most recently coordinated study abroad experiences for colleges students at the Institute for Study Abroad and managed mentor-scholar pairs at Starfish Initiative, but my formal training is in history, sociology, library science, and technology.
Jesse Langdon — IEC AmeriCorps Member
I am from Columbus, Indiana and have lived there most of my life. I am a 2020 graduate of Manchester University and graduated with a BS in peace studies and political science. While in school I participated in an interfaith organization and worked as an interfaith programmer in the Office of Religious Life. As an interfaith programmer I organized various interfaith discussions on campus, led interfaith chapel services, and planned Sacred Spaces trips to different cities each year for students.