Ethics and Public Policy Center President Ed Whelan recently announced that Josh Good will become the new director of EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum in July. Mr. Good succeeds EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner, who added the role to his other responsibilities upon the death last summer of Faith Angle Forum founder Michael Cromartie. “Josh Good brings an extraordinary combination of experience, ability, and vision to this position,” Mr. Whelan said, “and he’s deeply committed to the Faith Angle Forum’s mission of educating journalists about matters of faith and public life.”
Mr. Whelan also thanked Mr. Wehner for generously stepping up in the immediate wake of Mr. Cromartie’s death: “Pete has kept the Faith Angle Forum flourishing, even as he came to realize that the program requires a full-time director.” “Josh is a very impressive person and he’ll provide excellent leadership to this unique and vital institution in American life. I’m excited for him, and for the Faith Angle Forum,” Mr. Wehner said. In addition to continuing his prolific writing as an EPPC Senior Fellow, Mr. Wehner will join the Faith Angle Forum’s advisory council.