Meet the Facilitators

Rev. Dr. F. Willis Johnson, Jr., VP of Partnerships and Programming

A third-generation educator, Rev. Dr. F. Willis Johnson is a spiritual entrepreneur, Senior Minister of Living Tree Church and adjunct faculty at Methodist Theological School of Ohio. Johnson formerly served as senior minister of Wellspring Church in Ferguson, Missouri, a predominately African-American intergenerational urban parachute church plant. More information on Dr. Johnson can be found here.

 

Debilyn Molineaux, President and CEO of Bridge Alliance

Debilyn Molineaux co-founded the Bridge Alliance to harness the exponentially growing field of organizations into a “game changing” movement that shifts the underlying dynamics of power, politics, and participation in our country. She works with the staff, board members and other leaders of Bridge Alliance members in advancing the common mission of all 80+ organizations. Debilyn brings a passion to her work that is contagious to all around her. More information on Ms. Molineaux can be found here.

 

Sara Miller, Communications Coordinator

Sara Miller graduated from The University at Buffalo with a dual degree in Political Science and Legal Studies. Her past work experiences include interning with: The United Nations Legal Affairs Department, Foote Cone & Belding Health, Neon, and the New York City Housing Court. Since she was a child, Sara has enjoyed writing letters to political leaders about relevant issues. In 2006, she even received a letter back from former President George W. Bush. After living abroad in her high school years, she is looking to take what she has learned from foreign political systems and use that knowledge domestically to discuss remedies to polarization and gridlock. She also wishes to use her prior experience as a marketing intern to effectively inform people of varying political backgrounds through social listening and key insights from research. She is primarily interested in working toward uniting political worlds by leveling the informational playing field. When she is not playing mediator you can find Sara in the kitchen making a mean coq au vin!

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