LACUNA has a wide range of expertise across many disciplines and regions of the world:

  • multi-disciplinary understanding of the religious and cultural threats and human rights variables which encompass the globe.
  • global network of senior and local leaders who are only two phone calls away.
  • strategic ability to engage stakeholders on cross-cutting cultural and religious issues.

The LACUNA Team brings expertise and experience with the following organizations and groups:

  • U.S. Government
    • White House | National Security Council
    • U.S. Congress
    • Department of State
    • Department of Defense
    • U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom
  • Government of Canada
    • Prime Minister’s Office
    • Parliament
    • Department of National Defence
    • Global Affairs Canada
    • Citizenship and Immigration Canada
    • Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Chinese Government
    • State Administration of Religious Affairs
    • United Front Work Department
  • U.S. Military
    • Chairman’s Office
    • Joint Staff
    • Combat Commands – SOUTHCOM, NORTHCOM, CENTCOM, EUCOM
    • Chaplaincy Corps
  • Canadian Armed Forces
    • Armed Forces Council
    • Canadian Defence Liaison to the United States
    • Canadian Combat Command – CJOC
    • MILPERSGEN
    • CADTC
    • Chaplaincy Corps
  • Corporate
    • General Magnetic International Inc
    • China Pacific Industrial Corporation
  • Educational Institutions
    • Harvard University, Boston
    • Boston University, Boston
    • Canadian Forces College, Toronto
    • Fudan University, Shanghai
    • Shanghai University, Shanghai
    • Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
    • Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai
  • Other Organizations
    • International Association of Impact Assessment (IAIA)
    • Centre for Faith and the Media
    • Sheldon Chumir Foundation
The Ka'aba, Mecca
The Ka’aba, Mecca

The Ka'aba, Mecca

European Parliament, Brussels

European Parliament, Brussels

Bishop Desmond Tutu

Bishop Desmond Tutu

The conflict between the Muslim and Western communities is far from inevitable. It is more about policy than principles.

John L. Esposito and Dalia Mogahed

“It is easier to start wars than to end them. It is easier to blame others than to look inward; to see what is different about someone than to find the things we share. But we should choose the right path, not just the easy path.”

President Barack Obama