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    The Rt. Rev. Ogé Beauvoir

    Suffragan Bishop of Haiti

    The Rt. Rev. Ogé Beauvoir Suffragan Bishop of Haiti

    The Rt. Rev. Oge Beauvoir was elected first Suffragan Bishop of Haiti in 2011. Born in Gros-Morne, Haiti, he earned his university and seminary degrees in Montreal and was ordained a priest in the Anglican Church of Canada. He was received into the Episcopal Church in March 2000 by then-Diocese of New York Bishop Richard Grein and served in the Trinity Wall Street Grants office for a number of years.

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    Margaret Rose

    Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations

    Margaret Rose Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations

    The Rev. Margaret Rose serves as Deputy for Ecumenical and Inter-religious Relations on the staff of the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. She focuses on how faith compels us to be engaged in the public arena, both ecumenically and in the denominational sphere, and in interfaith engagement.

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    Andy Doyle

    Bishop of Texas

    Andy Doyle Bishop of Texas

    The Rt. Rev. Andy Doyle was seated as the ninth Bishop of Texas on June 7, 2009 at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston. Born in 1966 in Carbondale, Illinois, and raised in Houston, Bishop Doyle served five years as Canon to the Ordinary prior to his election. He is known today for his work in communications, mission, and writing. Today he is interested in innovative conversations about church mission, communications, and technology in an amplified world filled with digital natives

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    Erin Weber-Johnson

    Episcopal Church Foundation

    Erin Weber-Johnson Episcopal Church Foundation

     Ms. Erin Weber-Johnson joined the ECF as a capital campaign consultant in 2009. In addition to capital campaigns Erin has facilitated diocesan and vestry retreats on annual stewardship and the development of a spiritual ethos for giving. She is also a grants officer at Trinity Wall Street in New York City, has a Master’s in public administration from NYU, and has served as a missionary in Taiwan.

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    Justin Lindstrom

    Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral

    Justin Lindstrom Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral

    In 2002, Justin Lindstrom and his family moved to Northwest Houston and started St. Aiden’s in their home with 26 people. When Justin left to become Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oklahoma City, St. Aidan’s was over 800 people strong with an ASA over 250. It is one of the fastest growing Episcopal Churches in the nation. Dean Lindstrom has a heart for people and a strong desire to share the love of God with all. A community organizer, he sees his role as a Priest of the Church to be involved with the community.

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    Robert Townes

    Exec. VP of Sinclair Townes

    Robert Townes Exec. VP of Sinclair Townes

    Robert Townes is Executive Vice President of Sinclair Townes, has more than twenty-five years of experience in development and public relations, providing general, annual, and campaign counsel for numerous philanthropic organizations.  He holds an M.Div. from Emory and has served on Emory’s Alumni Board of Governors. He has also served as a national board member for the United Nations Association (UNA), and as Chair of Emory’s Candler School of Theology's Alumni/ae Executive Committee, as well as C-chair for the Diocese of Atlanta's Commission on Racism.

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    The Very Rev. Stephen Carlsen

    Rector and Dean of Christ Church Cathedral

    The Very Rev. Stephen Carlsen Rector and Dean of Christ Church Cathedral

    The Very Rev. Stephen Carlsen is the Rector and Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis. Steve has served in Consortium parishes most of his ministry and participated in nearly all conferences for the past decade. He received his M.Div. from the University of Chicago. Stephen has served as a trustee of Berkeley Divinity School at Yale. Prior to being called to the Cathedral, he was Sub-Dean at St. John's Cathedral in Denver. In Indianapolis, he serves a 175 year-old congregation on Monument Circle, one of the founding parishes of the Consortium. In addition to its renowned tradition of sacred music, his congregation has been active in reaching out to it neighbors, local and global.

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    Jay Sidebotham

    Exec. Dir. RenewalWorks

    Jay Sidebotham Exec. Dir. RenewalWorks

    The Rev. Jay Sidebotham is executive director of RenewalWorks, a ministry of Forward Movement, (Forward Day by Day) and other resources to nurture discipleship and encourage evangelism. He is well known for his cartoons about church life and his animation work on the television cartoon Schoolhouse Rock! He has also worked in New York in the fields of animation, illustration, and advertising.

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    Luis Leon

    Rector St. John's Lafayette Sq.

    Luis Leon Rector St. John's Lafayette Sq.

    The Rev. Luis Leon, Rector, St. John’s Lafayette Square, Washington DC has a specialty of building inner city parishes through spiritual leadership, preaching, excellence in worship and liturgical music, stewardship and outreach that involves parish members in the community. Luis teaches courses nationwide in parish building and stewardship and is a frequently requested commencement speaker. In 2005 and in 2013 he offered the invocation at the inauguration of the President of the United States.

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    Chuck Robertson

    Canon to the Presiding Bishop

    Chuck Robertson Canon to the Presiding Bishop

    Chuck Robertson is Canon to the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, having previously served as Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Arizona and Honorary Canon for the Diocese of Dar Es Salaam. A Fellow of the Episcopal Church Foundation, he was recently appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor at the General Theological Seminary. He has also worked extensively with the Dept. of Education, the White House, and Hollywood studios and guilds as Executive Director of Film Clips, Inc.

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    Mary Parmer

    Congregational Development Coach

    Mary Parmer Congregational Development Coach

    Mary Parmer is a congregational development consultant/coach, speaker and retreat leader.. She currently serves as project consultant for the Diocese of Texas Newcomer Ministry Project and as Director of the Gathering of Leaders, a national leadership gathering of young Episcopal clergy.

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    Maggy Keet

    Mgr. of Donor Relations / Episcopal Church

    Maggy Keet Mgr. of Donor Relations / Development Office of the Episcopal Church

    Maggy Keet says "As a New Yorker, I take full advantage of the ever evolving, always exciting restaurant scene. But most days, my “happy place” is found in my tiny Manhattan kitchen. My perfect night is spent listening to NPR, while drinking a glass of wine, and creating a simple, (most often) vegetarian supper which I enjoy with my husband, Andy. In addition to blogging, writing, and planning events, I work full-time as a Development Fundraiser.” Maggy is the . Manager of Donor Relations and Special Events for the Development Office of the Episcopal Church

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