Russell Moore is president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission — the moral and public policy entity — of the Southern Baptist Convention. Moore served as provost and dean of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, where he also taught theology and ethics. He is the author of several books. Moore earned a B.S. in political science and history from the University of Southern Mississippi, an M.Div. in biblical studies from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in systematic theology from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
David French, Russell Moore, Gabriel Salguero and Walter Kim spoke at the 2021 Christian Student Leadership Conference (CSLC) on the future of American democracy.
Gabriel Salguero is founder and president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) and senior pastor of The Gathering Place in Orlando. He has been an adviser to the White House on issues of immigration, health care and the faith community and has served on the White House Faith-Based Advisory Council. He was previously director for the Institute of Faith and Public Life and Hispanic Leadership Programs at Princeton Theological Seminary. Salguero is a graduate of Rutgers University with a B.A. in history and Spanish. He received a M.Div. from New Brunswick Theological Seminary and a Doctor in Divinity from Eastern Nazarene College in Massachusetts.
Walter Kim became the NAE president in January 2020. He also serves as teacher-in-residence at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, Virginia, after ministering for 15 years at Boston’s historic Park Street Church. He has spent nearly three decades preaching, writing and engaging in collaborative leadership to connect the Bible to the significant intellectual, cultural and social issues of the day. He serves on the boards of Christianity Today and World Relief, and on the Advisory Council of Gordon College. Kim received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, his M.Div. from Regent College in Vancouver, and his B.A. from Northwestern University, and he is a licensed minister in the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference.