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Brandan Robertson is a leading progressive Christian writer, activist, and speaker, working at the intersections of spirituality, sexuality, and social renewal. He has been called one of the “most influential voices in the modern LGBTQ Christian movement” and is passionate about helping people of faith understand the complexity and beauty of human sexuality, creating unlikely partnerships with communities of all faith's and no faith, and empowering people to be agents of renewal in their community, culture, and world. Brandan has a B.A. in Pastoral Studies and Bible from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois and is pursuing his Masters of Divinity degree at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado. He writes regularly for Patheos, Huffington Post, Red Letter Christians, Sojourners, and IMPACT Magazine and has been a featured contributor to a number of major media outlets such as TIME Magazine, XO Jane, The Washington Post, and Dallas Morning News. Brandan is a popular commentator on numerous nationally syndicated radio programs and television networks such as MSNBC, The Drew Marshall Show, State of Belief, The Takeaway, Tell Me Everything with John Fuglesang and Stand Up! With Pete Dominick. Brandan's work has been profiled in a number of prominent newspapers and magazines including TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, POLITICO, Associated Press, The Oregonian, and Religion News Service. Brandan is a successful political organizer and a sought after consultant to churches, denominations, and faith-based organizations on issues of the faith of the millennial generation and the building bridges across religious, cultural, and political divides. He is the founder and executive director of Nomad Partnerships, a non-profit which seeks to connect, convene, and mobilize faith leaders to improve their impact and witness in the world. He also served as the immediate past National Spokesperson and Program Director of Evangelicals For Marriage Equality and now serves on the organizations board. He is also an initiator for The Convergence Initiative. Brandan currently resides in Washington, D.C.