TO BE HELD AT THE WASHINGTON NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
This event will focus on the critical topic of moral injury that many are suffering in wake of the pandemic, including military veterans, healthcare workers, social workers, government officials, incarcerated people, chaplains, journalists, and people in social movements.
The keynote speaker will be RADM Margaret Kibben, USN ret., Chaplain of the US House of Representatives; RADM Kibben was in the Capitol on January 6th to support members of Congress evacuating the House Chamber.
Featured speakers working on moral injury recovery in different professions and with different populations will share what they currently know, discuss what they can learn from each other, and assess what can be done to help a diverse country address moral injury in the context of the events of the past two years.
The Rev. Alice Cabotaje, MDiv, BCC, ACPE Certified Educator
DIRECTOR OF SPIRITUAL CARE AND EDUCATION, MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
Mr. Fateen Jackson
FACILITATOR FOR GUIDING RAGE INTO POWER (GRIP), A COMPREHENSIVE OFFENDER ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM
The Rev. Nelson Johnson
CO-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BELOVED COMMUNITY CENTER
The Rev. Ann Kansfield
CHAPLAIN, FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK (FDNY)
Dr. Mona Masood, DO
FOUNDER & CHIEF ORGANIZER, PHYSICIAN SUPPORT LINE
Rev. Dr. Zachary Moon, PhD
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Ms. Kim Grose Moore
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GUIDING RAGE INTO POWER (GRIP), A COMPREHENSIVE OFFENDER ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM
Mr. Eyal Press
WRITER AND JOURNALIST, AUTHOR OF “DIRTY WORK”
Dr. Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
PROFESSOR, RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
Mr. Bruce Shapiro
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DART CENTER FOR JOURNALISM AND TRAUMA