EPPC Welcomes Jennifer Patterson as Senior Fellow


January 17, 2023


The Ethics and Public Policy Center is pleased to announce that Jennifer Patterson has joined the organization as a Senior Fellow focusing on projects related to religious freedom and overcoming poverty.

Patterson has worked in public policy for more than 25 years, including serving as a vice president at The Heritage Foundation, and is currently director of the Institute for Theology and Public Life at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.

Her commentary has appeared in a wide range of outlets, and she has contributed chapters and articles to scholarly and popular books and journals. As a public speaker, she has spoken in many different forums, testified before Congress, and appeared on numerous media platforms.

Currently a doctoral candidate in moral theology and ethics at The Catholic University of America, she holds masters’ degrees from Reformed Theological Seminary and the Institute of World Politics, and a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College.

Praise for Jennifer Patterson

Jennifer is a tremendous force for good. She is a creative and intellectually deep policy thinker and a truly gifted coalition builder, and she has an incredible knack for seeing the core principle that must be defended in the midst of a heated and complicated controversy.

Yuval Levin
Director of Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies
American Enterprise Institute

EPPC is gaining much with the addition of Jennifer Patterson to their already strong roster of scholars and thinkers. Jennifer’s cutting-edge research and well-reasoned scholarship is strongly supplemented by her superb communication abilities.

Alan Sears
Founder
Alliance Defending Freedom

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