Meet the NHPB Advocacy Experts!

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Introducing Advocacy Experts Joining Us at NHPB 2018!

We are excited to announce three featured guests who will lead us in learning and discussion about advocacy at the 2018 National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast & Conference!

Stanley Carlson-Thies founded the Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance, which promotes religious freedom so that faith-based organizations can contribute to the common good. IRFA is a division of the Center for Public Justice, a nonpartisan policy research and civic education group. He served in President Bush’s White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and advised President Obama’s faith-based office. Find his full biography here.


Melissa Rogers is a nonresident senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. She recently served as Special Assistant to President Barack Obama and Executive Director of President Obama’s White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Her area of expertise includes the First Amendment’s religion clauses, religion in American public life, and the interplay of religion, policy, and politics. Find her full biography here.


Chelsea Langston Bombino serves as Director for Sacred Sector, an initiative of the Center for Public Justice.  In this role, Chelsea empowers faith-based organizations and faith-based leaders to fully embody their sacred missions in every area of their organizational lives, including their public policy engagement, organizational practices, and public positioning. Find her full biography here.



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Join us on June 12-14, 2018 at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, DC! For more information visit www.nhpb.esperanza.us.