A new series will debut this week at GoodFaithMedia.org.

Titled “People of Good Faith,” the series will provide readers an opportunity to get to know organizational staff and leadership, as well as supporters and contributors from around the world who are committed to justice, equality and inclusion.

Each person featured in the series will answer seven questions, offering readers a glimpse into their lives through reflections on subjects, such as key influences and what they enjoy doing in their free time.

A new profile will appear weekly – typically on Fridays, except for weeks on which Friday is a staff holiday.

GFM staff, as well as the governing board and advisory council members, will appear first, followed by GFM contributors and other people of good faith connected to the organization.

The series will begin Friday, Aug. 7, with a profile of Good Faith Media’s CEO Mitch Randall.

The concept will be familiar for those who followed EthicsDaily.com’s “Profiles in Goodwill” series, which published nearly 300 profiles from September 2014 through December 2019.

However, GFM’s “People of Good Faith” isn’t simply a replication and renaming.

While there are a few similar questions, most of the responses will be to brand new inquiries. This new series will also offer individuals more space to respond than the EthicsDaily.com series afforded.

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