Faith, Adversity, and Providing Opportunities for Troubled Youth

Mahan Mirza, executive director of the Ansari Institute, talks with representatives of Wernle Youth & Family Treatment Center, which provides growth and development opportunities for troubled youth. Joining him are Darrell R. Gordon, Wernle’s president and CEO; Faris Ghani, Wernle’s philanthropy officer; and Rev. Clifford Nunn, Wernle’s manager of special events and campus chaplain.

Together, they discuss how adversity presents opportunities for change, and how faith can lead people and organizations to make a difference.

Their discussion is part of the Ansari Institute’s online conversation series Engaged: Religion and the Common Good.

May 20, 2020

Global AffairsHealth and SocietyReligion and PhilosophyEngaged: Religion and the Common GoodOpportunityAdversityYouthMahan MirzaAnsari Institute for Global Engagement with ReligionFaithKeough School of Global AffairsReligion

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