Gregory Han is the Director of Interfaith Relations at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston—Houston’s oldest interfaith service organization—where he leads efforts in facilitating and guiding service, education, and dialogue initiatives across Houston’s diverse faith traditions. Since moving to Houston in 1988, Mr. Han worked for a year as a hospital chaplain before spending eight years pastoring Presbyterian congregations. For six years he was on the faculty at St. John’s School where he taught electives in the study of religion and English, as well as directing the chapel program. He is a frequent speaker and teacher with organizations such as the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance and the Perkins School of Theology, and has written for the Houston Chronicle. He holds degrees from Georgetown University and Harvard Divinity School.