Josh Lawson serves in southern Ohio, where his faith-based work centers around issues related to drug recovery and harm reduction. He is a community organizer for Faith in Public Life Ohio and chairperson for the faith-based subcommittee of the Scioto County Collaborative Opioid Consortium. His upcoming book, The Face of Addiction, seeks to reduce the cultural stigma surrounding drug users by telling the stories of twelve people whose lives have been impacted by the opioid crisis in southern Ohio.
Rev. Raymond Greene, Jr., executive director of Black Led Organizing Collaborative (BLOC). Greene has 11 years of experience working in the electoral field. Rev. Raymond E. Greene Jr. was born and raised in Akron, Ohio to Gwendolyn Haslem and Raymond E. Greene Sr. Grounded with an incredible set of family values, Raymond began his journey on the road to success.
Pastor Kyle Earley is the Lead Pastor of City of God Church in Cleveland. Due to his passion for social justice; he has been an activist and organizer for over 15 years in Cleveland and throughout Ohio.