Isaac Luria is a leader in the multifaith movement for justice and a pioneer in using digital tools to make social change. As the brains behind the Groundswell digital platform, he helped grow the online faith-based social action network to a community of 100,000 people committed to faith-based social change in just 18 months. Isaac is a trusted strategist, trainer, and coach in how to use digital organizing and media strategies to break through the noise, raise money, and build constituency. Isaac writes and comments frequently on the intersection of movement building, politics, technology, and social change on Twitter (@isaacluria) and as a blogger on the Huffington Post. Previous to his current role as Vice President of Auburn Action at Auburn Seminary, Isaac was the Vice President of New Media and Communications at J Street where worked passionately to build the political constituency in the United States to advocate for a secure Israel at peace with its neighbors. From 2007 to 2008, Isaac was awarded a year-long fellowship from the Dorot Foundation to spend the year in Israel. A proud member of the Park Slope Food Coop, Isaac lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Sara, and two children, Caleb (3.75) and Eva (1.5).