The Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue is grateful to participate in the 2011 Week of the Peacemaker events at Iona by sponsoring an evening with Doug Demeo.
A GreenFaith Fellow and Religious Environmental Leader, Mr. Demeo holds his B.A. in economics from Holy Cross College and has a Masters in Christianity and Culture from Gonzaga. For six years, Doug has served as coordinator of retreats in campus ministry at St. Peter’s College, and retains and growing interest in the “greening” of Jesuit College and Universities.
Doug formerly worked as a Socially Responsible Investment Advisor and an economic development aide to Congressman Barney Frank in Newton, Massachusetts, and has published several articles on business ethics, the latest of which appeared in America magazine.
Doug lives in Trenton, NJ where he enjoys gardening, and volunteering as a lay minister at the New Jersey State Prison.
Join us in welcoming Doug Demeo who will engage us in conversation about the economic features of The Great Work of environmental transformation, and the role of ‘the worker’ in this momentous challenge.
When: Wednesday, November 9, 2011, 7pm
Where: Romita Auditorium of Ryan Library at Iona College, New Rochelle, NY
Offering for guests: $5
RSVP: 914 633 2590 or firstname.lastname@example.org