Meet the Team
Rachel Anderson, Director
Rachel Anderson is a Resident Fellow with the Center for Public Justice, leading the Families Valued initiative. Her work focuses on work and family policy and faith-based civic engagement. Previously, Rachel served as the Director of Faith Affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending, where she worked with faith leaders at the state and federal level to advocate for protections against predatory lending. She is a graduate of Harvard Law and Divinity Schools. Rachel is the parent of two young children, and a member of an inter-generational household with her kids, husband, and her parents, outside of DC.
Follow on Twitter: @rachelhopeand
Chelsea Maxwell, Program Associate
Chelsea Maxwell is Program Associate for the Center for Public Justice Families Valued initiative, an initiative promoting policies that support and honor God's call to both work and family life. Chelsea holds a Bachelor's of Social Work from Dordt College and Master's of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. She is a former intern of CPJ's Christians Investing in Education initiative and was a Shared Justice Policy Fellow for What Justice Requires: Paid Family Leave. A native of Iowa, she now lives in the District of Columbia.
Follow on Twitter: @chelseajmaxwell
Katelyn Beaty, Consultant
Katelyn Beaty is an editor at large with Christianity Today, where she previously served as the magazine's youngest and first female managing editor. She is the author of A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World (Simon & Schuster) and has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Religion & Politics. She lives in the Chicago suburbs, where she attends an Anglican church. Learn more at KatelynBeaty.com.
Follow on Twitter: @katelynbeaty
The Center for Integrity in Business at Seattle Pacific University tackles head-on the real-life challenges faced by business leaders. We bring a distinct Christian perspective to our work, believing that biblical insight and theological understanding are essential for effective business leadership in the world today. The combination of faith and business creates a new and powerful value proposition.
Sacred Sector is an initiative of the Center for Public Justice and a learning community that provides special training and programs for faith-based organizations and seminarians entering the nonprofit sector.