Faith in Public Life
Katie Paris serves as Program and Communications Director for Faith in Public Life, a strategy center for the faith community advancing faith in the public square as a unifying voice for justice and the common good. Some of Katie’s high points at FPL include organizing the Compassion Forum, in which religious leaders posed questions on issues like poverty, climate change and Darfur to then-Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and helping launch new coalitions such as the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, Christians for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, and We Believe Ohio. Katie has extensive professional political experience, having worked on Democratic gubernatorial, senatorial and presidential campaigns and as Research Director at Media Matters for America and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Katie leads a team at Faith in Public Life that builds coalitions, organizes earned and paid media campaigns, commissions polling, and engages in rapid response to ensure that the faith community’s values-based common good message is represented in the media.