Amy Sullivan is a journalist who has written about women, politics, and religion as a senior editor for national outlets including TIME, The National Journal, Yahoo, and Washington Monthly. Sullivan’s first book, The Party Faithful: How and Why Democrats are Closing the God Gap, was praised in The New York Times for its coverage of religion and partisan politics as “savvy, genre-bending, unapologetically faith-based.”
A Michigan native, Sullivan is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Harvard Divinity School. She sits on the advisory board for Princeton University’s sociology department, where she spent three years as a doctoral student. After more than two decades in Washington, D.C., she now lives outside Chicago with her husband and young children.
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This event is sponsored by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics. This event is cosponsored with the WU Law Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series.
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