The Faith & Work Forum is a lunch series at a lawn pavilion that discusses the interplay between faith, work, and life. Each semester we feature guest speakers with leadership experience from across a wide range of vocations, who bring authentic stories about seeking a meaningful, purpose driven life.
Richard Campanelli is a thought leader at the intersections of social policy, science and technology, human rights, and religious freedom. Rick has a wide ranging career in the private and public sectors, including service as the Director for the Office for Civil Rights (U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services). He teaches the core course, “Integrating Ethics in Public Policy,” at the UVa Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
Join us for an intimate conversation with Rick as he shares his professional, personal and faith journeys — and reflects upon current ethical debates -- from disruptive technologies to First Amendment issues.
All are welcome. Bring a friend!
Email Karen Marsh to learn more and to RSVP