2020 ICLRS Symposium: How Religions and Religious Organizations Contribute to the Common Good
Elizabeth Clark, Moderator
Associate Director at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, BYU Law School
Viva Bartkus, Panelist
Associate Professor of Management, Notre Dame University, who researches the social capital of communities that enables collaboration and a leadership approach most effective in solving complex business problems. Professor Bartkus has founded and worked extensively with international humanitarian and business organizations, including serving as one of the first lay members on the board of directors of Catholic Relief Services.
Sharon Eubank, Panelist
President of Latter-Day Saint Charities, the humanitarian cooperative of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also serving as the first counselor in the general presidency of the Relief Society, the Church’s organization for its 6 million female members ages 18 and over.