Faith in Public Life Georgia works to amplify faith voices on issues of public policy. We work with faith leaders to find issues that are too important to be defined by partisan divides, and use their gifts to shape public policy. FPL Georgia helps to ensure that faith leaders have the tools to be heard from the White House to the State Capitol to their own congregations.
Graham is the Georgia Director for Faith in Public Life. The son of two seminary graduates, he grew up in Baptist churches in Indiana, Kansas and Texas. He graduated from Davidson College and the University of Georgia School of Law. Graham worked on a campaign against predatory lending, focusing on faith leaders throughout the Southeast, before beginning work as the Georgia Statewide Coordinator. He is excited to help faith leaders become moral voices that transcend party lines. Graham enjoys playing basketball and watching Georgia football, but his true competitive highlight came in his freshman team’s stunning victory in its college quiz bowl tournament.
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