The Washington, DC chapter participated in the Resource Fair at the 2017 DC Interfaith Leadership Summit on January 30 and coordinated by the Interfaith Conference of Washington at Howard University School of Divinity. In attendance were young adults ages 18-39 representing Christians, Jews and Muslims, leaders from Bahá’í, Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh and other faith traditions. Atheists, humanists, and the ‘spiritual but not religious’ also participated at the event.

Danny HallJackie Fuller and Jazmine Steele represented the chapter at the fair. They provided membership information to participants and encouraged them to sign up for the email list to learn more about the professional development and networking opportunities.

For more information about the summit, visit http://ifcmw.org/summit/.

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