Adam Russell Taylor currently serves as the Senior Political Director at Sojourners, a Christian organization that integrates spiritual renewal with social justice. He formerly served as the Executive Director of Global Justice, an organization that educates, trains, and mobilizes students around issues of global human rights and economic justice. Before co-founding Global Justice, Taylor worked as an Associate at the Harvard University Carr Center for Human Rights. Taylor earned a Masters degree in Public Policy from the JFK School of Government, Harvard University (2001) and a BA from Emory University (1998) in international studies. Taylor served as the co-chair of the Jubilee U.S.A. Network and now serves on the Advisory Board of the Global Interdependence Initiative. Taylor is an Associate Minister at Shiloh Baptist Church in Washington DC where Dr. Wallace Charles Smith serves as Senior Pastor.
Each member of The Poverty Forum participated as an individual and not as a representative of any association. Their individual support and association with any and all proposals may not reflect the agency for which they work.
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The Poverty Forum is made up of 8 teams who came up with 25 policy proposals addressing domestic poverty. Brief summaries, complete white paper policy proposals, and a press kit can be found on our Resource page.