Speaker Bios - 2023 Summit

Amrith Kaur Aakre

Legal Director, Sikh Coalition

Amrith Kaur Aakre Amrith Kaur Aakre joined the Sikh Coalition, a national civil rights organization, in 2017 as Legal Director. In this role, she supervises complex high impact litigation and manages policy initiatives to protect the civil rights of all Americans in areas such as hate crimes, bullying, racial profiling, workplace discrimination, and religious rights matters.

Amrith has successfully litigated religious accommodation and bias-based school bullying cases, advocated on behalf of hate crime victims and provided rapid response legal services, submitted testimony before the EEOC regarding emerging employment discrimination issues including those arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, and drafted several amicus briefs that were cited by ScotusBlog as “petitions to watch.” She has also coordinated with local and federal law enforcement agencies to provide cultural competency and implicit bias trainings geared toward workplace equity. Amrith is a recognized expert on issues of race and religious rights.

Prior to joining the Sikh Coalition, Amrith served as a Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney in Chicago for 11 years where she created and directed the Bond Court Initiative, a transformative restorative justice program focused on rehabilitating felony offenders rather than incarcerating them. Amrith serves on the Board of Directors for the ACLU of Illinois, was an Emerging Leaders Fellow for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, is a recipient of the Asian American Coalition’s Community Service of the year award and was recognized by Crain’s Business as a Top 100 Leading Woman Lawyer.

In her free time, Amrith teaches HIIT bootcamp classes, is an avid runner, and organizes the Battle of the Books program at her son's school. Amrith holds her Bachelor of Arts in Applied Science & Technology Engineering and English Literature from The George Washington University, and her Juris Doctor from The University of Illinois at Chicago's Law School.

Sumreen Ahmad

Director, Talent and Organization and North America Interfaith Lead, Accenture | Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Research Fellow

Sumreen Ahmad Sumreen Ahmad is a Global management consultant with 20+ years’ experience in leadership development, human capital and organization design, journey and change management and strategic planning. Extensively experienced in mobilizing and leading global initiatives, Sumreen is a recognized expert in building inclusive, equal and innovative cultures and leads Accenture’s Interfaith and Faith inclusion priority. She serves as the Strategic Planning Lead and Board Member for Zaman International - a SE Michigan based non-profit humanitarian organization that provides wraparound services to women and children in extreme poverty. Sumreen leaves in Canton, MI with her husband and children.

Shaykh Azhar Azeez

Former President, Islamic Society of North America: Vice President, Islamic Relief U.S.A

Shaykh Azhar Azeez Azhar Azeez was born in Hyderabad, India. He has a bachelors degree in Finance from the prestigious Osmania University and a Master’s degree in business administration (MBA) 

For 11 years he worked for major US corporations such as General Electric and Capital One. He currently serves as the senior Director of Islamic Relief USA, which is one of the largest Muslim charity of USA. He was elected as the President of Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) twice which is the oldest Muslim organization of US & Canada. 

He is also the past President of the North Texas Islamic council (NTIC), which represents 45 plus Muslim/Islamic organizations in Dallas/Fort worth area. He is the founder and the past President of Islamic Association of Carrollton, Texas one of the large mosques in the suburbs of Dallas, TX. He also currently serves on the board of The Islamic Seminary of America. (TISA) 

 He is nationally known public and a motivational speaker who travels regularly around US for local, regional and national events of various organizations He has addressed events. seminars, summits, conferences & banquets in more than 600 communities/cities across US & Canada. He continuously works towards building bridges between people of various faiths and is nationally known for his interfaith work. 

He has advised two former US President’s,  President Jimmy Carter and President Barack Obama  and currently resides in Plano, TX with his wife and children. 

William P. Benac, Sr.

Founding Member of the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom

William P. Benac, Sr. Bill Benac is president of Pathway India, an organization devoted to the education and physical and mental rehabilitation of disadvantaged Indian youth and adults. He also serves various non-profits and boards that focus on the arts, education, mentoring, international affairs, and freedoms and prisoner rehabilitation. Bill previously held executive positions with global corporations, private equity firms, and as an entrepreneur. Bill earned his bachelor’s and MBA degrees from BYU, his JD from Pace University, and is a CMA and CPA. He enjoys boating, road biking, and travel. Bill and Barbara have nine children and twenty-one grandchildren.

Michael Berry

General Counsel, First Liberty Institute

Michael Berry Michael Berry is General Counsel for First Liberty Institute. He joined First Liberty in 2013 after serving for seven years on active duty as an attorney with the U.S. Marine Corps. Among Mr. Berry’s numerous positions within the Marine Corps, he deployed to Afghanistan in 2008, and from 2009-2012, Mr. Berry served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the United States Naval Academy. Mr. Berry continues to proudly serve our nation as a member of the Marine Corps Reserve.

As General Counsel for First Liberty Institute, Mr. Berry is responsible for leading all aspects of First Liberty’s legal operations. A recognized subject-matter expert, Mr. Berry has testified before Congress and he is routinely invited to speak across the nation about religious freedom. Mr. Berry has also been featured hundreds of times in various national media outlets.

Mr. Berry earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, and he earned his law degree from The Ohio State University.

Steven T. Collis

Law Professor, University of Texas

Steven T. Collis Steven T. Collis is the author of the nonfiction book Deep Conviction and the novel At Any Cost. He is a law professor at the University of Texas-Austin School of Law and founding faculty director of UT's Bech-Loughlin First Amendment Center and related Law & Religion Clinic. Prior to his appointment at UT, he was the Olin-Darling Research Fellow in the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School and an equity partner at Holland & Hart LLP, where he was the chair of the firm’s nationwide religious institutions and First Amendment practice group.

He is a sought-after speaker on both writing and religion law to audiences across the United States, including foreign diplomats from countries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and South America on behalf of the United States State Department. He has been interviewed by and quoted in various news outlets, including The Deseret News, Bloomberg, The Washington Times, Law360, Public Square Magazine, The Salt Lake Tribune, PBS, The Denver Business Journal, Law Week Colorado, CBN News, and others.

Before embarking on his legal and writing career, Steven graduated magna cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as an editor on the Michigan Law Review and the Michigan Journal of Race and Law. Steven also holds an M.F.A. in creative writing from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he served as the associate editor of the literary journal Blackbird. He completed his undergraduate studies, with university honors, at Brigham Young University.

Janet Dhillon

Former Commissioner of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Janet Dhillon Immediate former chair and commissioner of the United States’ Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C.), Janet served as chair from May 2019 to January 2021, and as commissioner from May 2019 to November 2022. Prior to that, Janet served as general counsel of US Airways, J.C. Penney, and Burlington Stores. Janet began her legal career at the law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.

Daraius Dubash

Daraius Dubash

Dr. Randel Everett

Founder, 21 Wilberforce

Dr. Randel Everett K. Randel Everett spent four decades pastoring churches in Florida, Virginia, Arkansas, and Texas before founding Wilberforce in 2014 to focus attention on religious persecution abroad and the enduring importance of religious liberty in the United States. Everett was the founding president of the John Leland Center for Theological Studies in Falls Church, Virginia. He serves as the executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and he currently serves in leadership for the Baptist World Alliance. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas and master of divinity and doctor of ministry degrees from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Everett and the Wilberforce team have been on the front lines in the fight for religious freedom, including trips to Iraq and Nigeria, where Boko Haram terrorists and Fulani militants have committed heinous crimes against humanity. Reports from these two trips – “Edge of Extinction” (Iraq) and “Fractured and Forgotten” (Nigeria)- have been translated in multiple languages and become trusted resources for the government agencies, NGOs, religious institutions, and think tanks, including the American Enterprise Institute, the Hudson Institute, the Woodrow Wilson Center, the Holocaust Museum, and the Newseum.

Dr. Jack Goodyear

Dean of Humanities and Social Science, Dallas Baptist University

Dr. Jack Goodyear Dr. Jack Goodyear currently serves as Dean of the Cook School of Leadership and as a Professor in Political Science at Dallas Baptist University.  He has been full-time at DBU since January 2008, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences from 2012-2014, the Director of the Ph.D. program from 2014-2017, and Dean of the Cook School of Leadership since June of 2016.  Prior to coming to DBU, Dr. Goodyear served as a minister in churches in Arlington, Texas and Tampa, Florida. 

He has been married to Jessica for 22 years.  They have five children – Grant, Claire, Tessa, Treyvion, and Nehemiah.  They are members of First Baptist Church of Arlington.

Dr. Goodyear holds a PhD in Religion, Politics, and Society from Baylor University.  His studies focused on the historical, philosophical, theological, and sociological interaction between religion and politics and the church and state, paying special attention to the impact of evangelicals in American politics and culture.  He also earned a Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  His Bachelors is from Baylor University in Political Science.     

Calvin Griffin

President, Denton Texas Stake, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Calvin Griffin Calvin Griffin was born and raised in Northern Mississippi. He is currently a Senior Category Manager for a national pharmaceutical wholesale company located in Irving, Texas. Calvin Griffin and his wife, Avemaria Griffin, became members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1988 and have been faithful disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ for 35 years. They have five children. During that time Calvin has held many leadership positions in the Church, including Bishop and Counselor in the Stake Presidency. In June 2017, Calvin was called and set apart as Stake President of the Denton Texas Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He continues to serve in that position, extending an invitation to all to come unto Christ and be perfected in Him.

Faraz Harsini

Founder & CEO of Allied Scholars for Animal Protection

Faraz Harsini Dr. Faraz Harsini is the Founder and CEO of Allied Scholars for Animal Protection (ASAP), a non-profit which mentors and supports animal advocates, especially student organizations, to effectively advocate for human and non-human animals alike. Dr. Harsini is also a Cultivated Meat Bioprocessing Senior Scientist at the Good Food Institute.

Steve Helms

President, DFW Technology Prayer Breakfast

Steve Helms Steve Helms is an Emerging Technologies Specialist at Dell Technologies and President of the DFW Technology Prayer Breakfast. At Dell Technologies, Steve volunteers with the Dell Interfaith ERG as a liaison to other company faith based resource groups for the purpose of sharing best practices across business based faith organizations. Mr. Helms started his career at Sun Microsystems and has served in multiple functions across many industries, partnering with companies that provide research, consulting, services and software. He currently supports Public Cloud Partners in the Global Alliances Organization of Dell Technologies.

Mary Pat Higgins

President, Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

Mary Pat Higgins As President and CEO of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, Mary Pat Higgins leads the Museum in its mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. Under Mary Pat’s leadership, the Museum opened a new state-of-the-art facility on September 18, 2019, accommodating an expanded core exhibit focused the Holocaust, other genocides, and human and civil rights in the United States. Prior to joining the Museum, Mary Pat was the Associate Head and CFO of The Hockaday School. She is a CPA and has an MBA. She is also active in the greater community of Dallas, currently serving as the Chair-Elect of the VisitDallas board, and on the boards of Ursuline Academy of Dallas, Preservation Dallas, and North Dallas Bank & Trust. She is a member of The Dallas Assembly, International Women’s Forum – Dallas, and the Mayor’s Anti-Hate Advisory Council.

Dr. Robert Hunt

Director of Global Theological Education, SMU Perkins School of Theology

Dr. Robert Hunt Robert A. Hunt was born in Dallas, Texas, in 1955. After attending school in Austin and Richardson, he majored in History at the University of Texas in Austin. After completing a Master of Theology at Perkins School of Theology (SMU) he served the Bethany United Methodist Church in Austin, Texas. In 1985 he and his wife Lilian moved to Kuala Lumpur, where they taught at the Seminary Theology Malaysia. From 1993 to 1997 he taught at the Trinity Theological College in Singapore. In 1994 he received his PhD from the University of Malaya, focusing on Christian missions to and relationship with Muslims in Southeast Asia. From 1997 to 2004 he was pastor of the English Speaking United Methodist Church of Vienna, and an adjunct professor at Webster University in Vienna. Dr. Hunt is presently Director of Global Theological Education at the Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University and teaches courses in World Religions, Inter-religious Dialogue, and Mission.

Maha Iskandar

Chair, Interfaith Alliance of Irving

Maha Iskandar

Maha Shahidi is originally from Jordan where she studied Pharmacy. After moving to the United States, Maja worked as a pharmacist and pharmacy manager for CVS for more than 13 years, and she currently works at Radiance Dentistry as an office manager. Maha Shahidi is a chair of the Interfaith Alliance of Irving, a grassroots coalition of people representing diverse faiths and multicultural backgrounds living or worshiping in Irving.

Dr. Kamal S. Kalsi

U.S. Army Physician and White House AANHPI Commissioner

Dr. Kamal S. Kalsi Dr. Kamal Singh Kalsi, LTC, USAR, is an emergency medicine physician from New Jersey who has served in the Army for 20 years and was awarded a Bronze Star medal for his work taking care of hundreds of combat casualties on the front lines in Afghanistan. He has transitioned into the Army Reserve, and now serves as a senior advisor for Policy Vets and a Fellow of the Truman National Security Project’s Defense Council. He founded the Sikh American Veterans Alliance (SAVA) in order to promote diversity, religious freedom, and service.

Artemis Kourosh

Attorney, Pilat and Kourosh Law, LLC

Artemis Kourosh

Artemis Kourosh grew up in Texas, graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with special honors in communications and received her JD from SMU Deadman School of Law in Dallas. Following law school, she was a lecturer at premier law and business schools abroad before returning to the DFW area to serve her community as an estate planning attorney. D Magazine named her Best Lawyer of 2023 in the area of Trust and Estate Planning, a peer nominated award. She is passionate about her community service work serving on several non-profit boards of directors and nominated for her community service work as a Southlake Person of the Year in 2019. But most of all she loves serving her clients in her Southlake based practice.

Fr. Greg McBrayer

Chief Flight Controller and Corporate Chaplain of American Airlines

Fr. Greg McBrayer Father Greg McBrayer is the Chief Flight Controller and Chaplain at American Airlines (IOC) Integrated Flight Operations Control Center in Dallas-Fort Worth Texas. He has worked and served in the aviation industry for over 40 years. As a Bi-Vocational Priest, Father Greg currently serves as the Parish Priest at Saint Barnabas Anglican Church in Fort Worth Texas. He also serves as Senior Chaplain and EAP Representative for (PAFCA) The Professional Airline Flight Controllers Association at American Airlines IOC and is a member of the Deployable American Airlines Emergency Response Care Team.

Shannon Minter

Legal Director, National Center for Lesbian Rights

Shannon Minter Shannon Price Minter is a transgender man and the longtime legal director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, one of the nation’s leading LGBTQ legal advocacy organizations. Shannon has litigated dozens of landmark cases, including several victories in the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a national expert on LGBTQ law and has received widespread recognition, including awards from Cornel Law School, Stanford Law School, the Ford Foundation, California Lawyer Magazine, the National LGBT Bar Association, and the U.S. Department of Justice LGBT Pride Group.  Shannon is committed to building bridges between conservative religious leaders and groups and LGBTQ people.     

Rabbi Andrew Paley

Senior Rabbi, Temple Shalom

Rabbi Andrew Paley Rabbi Andrew Paley has been the Senior Rabbi and Spiritual Leader of Temple Shalom, a Reform congregation, in Dallas, Texas since 2004.
Rabbi Paley believes in the value of collaboration and cooperation within the Jewish community and in the wider Dallas Metroplex. He is a member and past President of the Rabbinic Association of Greater Dallas and is a member of the Muslim/Jewish Advisory Council of the Dallas Chapter of The American Jewish Committee. He has also served as a mentor for rabbinic colleagues in congregations around the country as well as to rabbinical students in seminary. Rabbi Paley serves several positions in the city of Dallas, including Dallas Police Chaplain, Co-Chair of Faith Forward Dallas@ThanksgivingSquare, Chair of the Dallas Police Department’s Multi-Faith Advisory Committee, and a member of the Mayor’s Task Force on Poverty.

Mark Romney

Founding Member of the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom

Mark Romney President of Romney Law Firm. Extensive management consultation and litigation experience in commercial and tort matters. International business consulting with an emphasis on Latin America. Fluent in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese and concentration in international business and arbitration, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, securities, trade secret and intellectual property protection, construction, product liability, software development, licensing, multi-level marketing, contract litigation. Law Clerk to the Hon. H. Vearle Payne, United States District Court for the District of New Mexico. Doctor of Law University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, Member of the Arizona Law Review, BS Brigham Young University, active in Boy Scouting, Vice Chair – Dallas Interfaith Council at Thanks-Giving Square

Richard Salgado

Partner at McDermott Will and Emery

Richard Salgado Richard Salgado is a trial lawyer who represents clients in complex disputes. He has substantial appellate experience and formerly chaired the firm-wide appellate practice for a large, international law firm. Mr. Salgado devotes substantial time to pro bono service. His commitment to diversity within and outside of the legal profession include litigating in support of those with special needs and disabilities, the LGBT+ community, and the cause of religious freedom. He has also served as an adjunct professor at multiple law schools, teaching courses on trial advocacy and appellate practice.

Hiram Sasser

Executive General Counsel, First Liberty

Hiram Sasser Hiram Sasser is Executive General Counsel for First Liberty Institute, where he oversees First Liberty’s litigation and media efforts. Sasser’s practice focuses on First Amendment and other constitutional and civil rights issues relating to religious liberty.

Ben Schade

MBA Student at Baylor University

Ben Schade

Ben is currently in his final semester of the full-time MBA program at Baylor University. Ben started his career working within college ministry at Hope Community Church before pursuing his MBA, where he has since gained experience in corporate strategy at Georgia-Pacific, a Koch Industries company. Ben earned a bachelors in public relations from Gardner-Webb University in 2021, where he also played NCAA Division 1 Soccer.

Gene Schaerr

Attorney, Schaerr | Jaffe LLP

Gene Schaerr Gene Schaerr specializes in handling civil appeals, writ proceedings and similar matters, both in appellate courts and in the kind of law-focused proceedings at the trial-court or agency level that often determine success or failure on appeal. He was a coordinator of Sidley Austin's appellate practice from 1993 until 2005, and from 2005 until 2014 was the chair of the nationwide Supreme Court and appellate practice at Winston & Strawn. In January 2014, Mr. Schaerr formed his own litigation firm. He also teaches courses in Supreme Court litigation, religious freedom litigation, constitutional law, and advanced litigation skills as an adjunct professor at the Brigham Young University law school.

Tim Schultz

President, 1st Amendment Partnership

Tim Schultz As President of the 1st Amendment Partnership (1AP), Tim Schultz works with faith groups to ensure that religious freedom is fully protected in the law. He chairs a broad and diverse religious coalition aimed at influencing federal policy and public opinion about the value of faith to the common good. In 2022, this coalition was critical to the passage of the historic Respect for Marriage Act, which added religious freedom protections to federal law for the first time in more than 20 years. He regularly counsels with lawmakers in both parties, and he is frequently quoted by national media sources. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Rev. Lisa Wink Schultz, and their two sons.

Jared Sine

Chief Legal Officer, Match Group

Jared Sine

Jared Sine currently serves as the Chief Business Affairs & Legal Officer at Match Group. Previously, Jared was Vice President and Associate General Counsel at Expedia, Inc. Jared began his career at Cravath, Swaine & Moore.

Brantley Starr

District Judge, United States District Court for the Northen District of Texas

Brantley Starr

Judge Starr was sworn in as a judge on U.S. District Court for the North District of Texas in August 2019.  Prior to his appointment, Judge Starr served as Assistant Attorney General, Assistant Solicitor General, and Deputy Attorney General for Legal Counsel, all in the office of the Attorney General of Texas.  From 2016 to 2019 he served as the Deputy First Assistant Attorney General of Texas.

Leah Templeton-Hull

Diversity & Inclusion Business Partner, Texas Instruments

Leah Templeton-Hull Leah Templeton-Hull is a Diversity & Inclusion Business Partner at Texas Instruments (TI) where she’s responsible for the company’s network of 15 employee resource groups. Leah joined TI in 2013 as part of the Corporate Communications team and supported multiple HR organizations during her time with the company, including the Giving and Volunteering, Talent Acquisition, Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Development. Prior to TI, Leah worked at Dallas-based PR agencies where she managed public relations and media relations. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Texas A&M University and lives in Plano, Texas with her husband, Jeff.

Chaplain George Tyger

Deputy Garrison Chaplain for Religious Leadership

Chaplain George Tyger Chaplain (LTC) George Tyger is an ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister. He entered active duty as a direct accession Chaplain in June 2007. Prior to active duty he served Unitarian Universalist Churches in Rochester NY (2001-2007), Palmer MA (1998-2001), Springfield MA (1997-1998), Harrisonburg VA (1996-1998) and Monson MA (1993-1996). He was awarded the Master of Divinity Degree from Andover Newton Theological School, Newton Center, MA in 1996 and a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy (Summa cum Laude) from Texas A&M Central TX in 2018. His undergraduate degree (1989) is in Theatre Arts from Lycoming College Williamsport PA. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
Chaplain Tyger has served in a variety of positions within the Army to include 1st Battalion 6th Field Artillery, 1st Infantry Division, 1st Squadron 10th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, 189th Combat Service Support Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, 1st Battalion 8th Military Information Support Group, 3rd Chemical Brigade, Deputy Command Chaplain and Family Life Chaplain at 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command. He currently serves as the Deputy Garrison Chaplain for Religious Leadership at Fort Cavazos TX. His military education includes, Chaplain Basic Officer Leader’s Course, Combat Medical Ministry, Chaplain Captains Career Course, Operational Religious Support Leaders Course, Command and General Staff Officer's Course, Family Life Chaplain Qualification Course, and Airborne School. His awards include the Bronze Star medal (1OLC), the Meretricious Service Medal (2OLC). The Army Commendation Medal (2OLC), the Combat Action Badge, and Parachutist Badge. He deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) 08-09 and OEF 11-12. He is author of War Zone Faith: An Army Chaplains Reflections from Afghanistan. Boston: Skinner House, 2014. CH Tyger is an avid runner who competes in ultra-marathons as well as competing in Historical European Martial Arts. He is married Jennifer Gauthier Tyger. They have three children and one grandchild.

Ben Williams

MBA Student at Brigham Young University

Ben Williams Benjamin C. Williams has an accomplished Construction Management background. He is currently pursuing an MBA in Operations and Supply Chain at Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Business and has a history of Summa Cum Laude academic achievements and prestigious scholarships. His professional journey at Sundt Construction showcased his leadership and project management prowess, including multi-billion dollar projects with both international and US-based companies. He has accepted a full-time role as a Senior Consultant at Ernst & Young (EY) within the supply chain domain.  Committed to community service, Benjamin has successfully championed various fundraisers including a walk for the American Heart Association. He graduated from a four-year seminary school and contributed 2 years of full-time voluntary missionary work. He is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loves hearing about and sharing beliefs with others. He hopes to make the workplace an environment to share personal faith and belief experiences and allow for everyone to bring their whole self to work no matter the background of that faith or belief. In his efforts to raise awareness of faith in the workplace, Benjamin is the Vice President of the Faith in Work, a case competition hosted by BYU MBA which allows students to showcase their ideas for making the workplace an inclusive environment for all beliefs.

Matt Young

Senior Brand Manager, Procter & Gamble

Matt Young Matt is currently a Senior Brand Manager on Pantene, a Procter & Gamble brand. Matt started his career as a real estate private equity analyst for American Investment Company, before joining Clearlink Technologies as a corporate development manager. Matt earned his BA in political science in 2016 and an MBA from BYU in 2023, where he cofounded the annual Faith & Belief at Work Case Competition.