Contributor Profile

Rachel Anderson

Rachel Anderson is a resident fellow at the Center for Public Justice, where she directs the Families Valued Initiative. Previously, she was the director of faith affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending. The center’s Faith & Credit program engages faith communities affected by predatory lending and highlights the wisdom that religious traditions bring to modern lending practices and policy. Prior to joining CRL, Rachel co-founded and led the Boston Faith & Justice Network, taught community organizing and provided legal assistance to underserved communities.

Rachel gave a guest lecture entitled “Challenging the Culture of Debt: Religious Voices and the Financial Crisis” as part of the series Thursday Nights: Conversations in Lived Theology. For a listing of all our Occasional Lectures, click here.