This talk explores the ongoing effects of colonialism in Ghana, how it affects compassionate action and service, and how Foundation Beyond Belief is working to disrupt it.
Wendy Webber is the Programs Director at Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB). She is a graduate of Yale Divinity School, where she was a founder of an atheist, agnostic, and multifaith community that continues to foster interbelief dialogues and initiatives on campus. She was a Volunteer Coordinator with the Yale Humanist Community.
At Foundation Beyond Belief, Wendy spent a year with Pathfinders Project, an international humanist service project designed to find the location to launch Foundation Beyond Belief’s own Humanist Service Corps. She then served as the Humanist Disaster Recovery Coordinator and Beyond Belief Network Coordinator for FBB, and Humanist Service Corps: Ghana Co-Administrator. Wendy is now back in the US and serving as the coordinator of FBB’s programs.
Wendy writes about religion, humanism, and interbelief engagement primarily for her blog (interbelief.com), State of Formation, and NonProphet Status.