Are you discerning your own purpose, accompanying others on their path, or leading organizational change? Stephen Lewis and Matthew Wesley Williams, authors of the book Another Way (with Dori Baker) talk about engaging wholeheartedly in profound change and learning to lead in a way that is deeply connected to your inner well-being as well as your communities of accountability.
Stephen Lewis is the president of the Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE), which focuses on cultivating a new generation of Christian leaders. He is also the creator of DO GOOD X, a social good accelerator for diverse Christian social entrepreneurs. Stephen is an ordained minister with more than fifteen years of experience in corporate and nonprofit leadership and strategy, organizational and program development, and group facilitation. His interest lies at the intersection of leadership, vocation, and leading change. He is passionate about helping the next generation of diverse leaders discover their purpose, passion and calling to make the world a better place.
Matthew Wesley Williams is the 11th President of the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), a historically Black ecumenical graduate theological school, located in the heart of Atlanta, GA. Williams is a recognized executive in the field of theological education who has built national programs and partnerships among top-level leaders to advance opportunities for institutional change, faculty development, doctoral education, leadership formation, young adult vocational discernment, diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education.