Paul-Gordon Chandler is the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming. He grew up in Senegal, West Africa, and has lived and worked extensively around the world in leadership roles within faith-based publishing, the arts, relief and development and The Episcopal Church. An author, art curator, peacemaker and social entrepreneur, his previous roles have included serving as both a non-profit executive and US Episcopal priest.
An authority on the Middle East and Africa, he is the Founding President of CARAVAN, an international arts NGO/non-profit that is recognized as a leader in using the arts to further our global quest for a more harmonious future, both with each other and with the earth. He has authored four non-fiction books in the fields of spirituality, interreligious peacebuilding and the Middle East.
In 2020, he was awarded by the Archbishop of Canterbury the Hubert Walter Award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation, the highest international award for outstanding service in the work of reconciliation and interfaith dialogue within the Anglican Communion.