Women of Faith is a new interfaith and multicultural program from Faith in Public Life that shifts the narrative on what it means to be a faithful woman voter at this moment in history. We are galvanizing women of all faith traditions to stand up and speak out about the deep moral questions of our times.
WOMEN OF FAITH
WHO WE ARE
We are galvanizing women of all faith traditions to stand up and speak out about the deep moral questions of our times. By creating intentional community and equipping members with training, tools, and resources we will reshape the nation into a better and more equal society.
"Women, if the soul of the nation is to be saved, I believe that you must become its soul."
- Coretta Scott King
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As women of faith, our shared values of family and dignity, justice and compassion instill in us a vision of wholeness for all God’s children. Grounded in the teachings of our traditions, the lessons of history, and the wisdom of today’s prophetic women, we seek to kindle an ethic of community that allows life to flourish.
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WHITNEY MURRAY BROWN
Women of Faith Campaign Director
A natural coalition builder, organizer, and strategist, Whitney has spent nearly a decade working to help women and organizations tell their stories, create impactful strategies, and build broad coalitions to further their impact for good.
She is most recently worked for Elizabeth Warren for President, where she organized African American communities. Prior to that she worked with the Florida Democratic Party with a focus on the 2018 gubernatorial race. A proud alumna of Florida A&M University, Whitney holds a degree in political silence. She is a former People for the American Way Young People For Fellow and participant in the Student Leadership Project at Fuller Theological Seminary.
An active member of the Jacksonville community, Whitney serves on the Board of Directors for Central Jacksonville Young Life, volunteers with local nonprofits and on countless progressive campaigns. When not serving women and organizing around social justice issues, Whitney enjoys travel, showing southern hospitality by entertaining friends and strangers alike and cheering on the FAMU Rattlers with her husband and son in sunny North Florida.