John Terrill


John Terrill serves as the executive director of the Stephen & Laurel Brown Foundation, which includes Upper House — a Christian study center located at the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison — and Dottie’s Ranch, a leadership development and spiritual retreat house located near Oregon, Wisconsin. Prior to this role, John served as director for the Center for Integrity in Business at the School of Business, Government, and Economics at Seattle Pacific University; before that, he worked with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA as the National Director for Professional Schools Ministries, as well as campus minister at Harvard Business School and National Director for MBA Ministry. John currently serves as a board member for Religion News Service and Religion News Foundation, and he enjoys writing and speaking on issues related to the academy, business, faith, and culture.

The New Jerusalem’s Lesson in Symmetry
A Better Way to Think About DEI
An illustration of various time-based elements, like clocks and calendars
The Art of Financial Time Travel
What Does Neighborliness Have to Do with the Supply Chain?
What ‘Be Angry and Sin Not’ Means at Work
Why Jesus’ Incarnation Seems So Unlike the World We Know
You Are (Most Likely) Not a Prophet
The Story Children Tell Begins with the Stories They Read
The Mechanical Turk Is Not Content
Even When We Are Powerless, We Aren’t Without Power
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