Julie Rodgers is a writer, speaker, and leader in the movement working toward full inclusion for LGBT people in faith communities. She was the first openly gay person hired at a conservative Christian university when she served as an Associate Chaplain at Wheaton College, and she's been an advisor to religious leaders and college administrators during a time of tremendous cultural transition. Through her work as a writer and speaker, Julie also played a key role in shutting down Exodus International. Julie's writing and her story have been featured in TIME, The Washington Post, and The New York Times. Her hope is that we will all work to create communities where everyone feels wanted.
Julie speaking on the steps of the Supreme Court.