Christian, husband, father, and arts manager, Tahlib is one of the co-founders of Alpha Omega Arts, a Midwest-based partnership of artists and arts professionals which helps clients achieve their most ambitious goals in the areas of collecting and exhibiting religious art.
Tahlib and his partners work with faith-based groups, museums and educational institutions throughout the Midwest including the creation of the Alpha & Omega Project for Contemporary Religious Arts at the Indiana Interchurch Center. A practicing Roman Catholic, he is a vocal advocate for religious and artistic freedom.
He previously served as Program Director at Freedom to Marry in NYC, and before that he served for 10 years as Director of Community Engagement at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. In 2008, he re-enacted the journey of flight from oppression in the US to freedom in Canada when he and his longtime partner Greg Disney journeyed to Niagara Falls, Canada to be wed in a religious (and civil) ceremony. Today, he and Greg call Indianapolis their hometown.