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Evangelical Women in Public Policy and Public Witness

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440 1st St NW

Ste 600

Washington, DC 20001

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Join the Institute on Religion & Democracy as we host our first-ever panel discussion for young rising leaders among Evangelical women in Washington, D.C. The gathering will discuss how to address major hot-button cultural issues with clarity and thoughtfulness grounded in Scripture. The panel of young Evangelical women working in advocacy and policy will address issues of human sexuality and gender, Christian engagement in the Middle East, marriage, sanctity of life, and religious freedom, all centered upon the importance of upholding the truth of the Gospel and reforming the Church's public witness in America. For more information, visit www.TheIRD.org or contact Chelsen Vicari, cvicari@theird.org.

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Bethany Goodman is the Assistant Director of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, overseeing the March’s digital strategy, social media, and Evangelical outreach.

Alison Howard serves as the Director of Alliance Relations at Alliance Defending Freedom working to serve, strengthen, and expand the alliance on life, marriage, and religious freedom.

Rebecca Gonzales serves as the Constituent Relations Director of the Philos Project, a leadership community dedicated to promoting positive Christian engagement in the Middle East and providing educational programs, immersive travel, networking and advocacy opportunities.

Patrina Mosley is Family Research Council Action’s Assistant Director. She oversees daily operations and inter-department communications and content marketing for voter education, activist tools, and grassroots mobilization projects.


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