Andrew Silva

Andrew Silva serves as the Events Planner and Registrar. Andrew helps to plan and execute FCNL events related to governance, lobbying, and fundraising. He also handles financial assistance and support for participants and assists with recruitment efforts in the hopes of both increasing attendance and expanding FCNL’s constituency. Since joining FCNL as the receptionist and then administrative coordinator, all events have experienced growth in attendance from the year previous. Andrew also serves on a working group tasked with expanding diversity and inclusion efforts at FCNL.

Andrew graduated from The George Washington University with honors with a degree in comparative religious ethics. While at GW, Andrew presented a paper at the Kroc Institute at Notre Dame analyzing the efficacy of interreligious peace education.

While at GW, Andrew served as an office assistant for a graduate program and assisted two professors with their academic and professional obligations. He also assisted in organizing an annual event focused on bringing together educators and researchers focused on learning in informal settings. Andrew started at FCNL in May of 2013.

andrew@fcnl.org

Articles by Andrew Silva

Update Update: The 12/14 World We Seek Webinar Postponed 

The webinar with Diane Randall scheduled for Wednesday December 14 has been postponed due to mechanical issues.

Event Spring Lobby Weekend 

The U.S. Congress is heading for a showdown about the access to health care, Medicaid and the core programs that literally have kept tens of millions of people out of poverty for 50 years.

Update Conversations that Open Hearts and Minds 

Democracy happens in difficult conversations, when we open our hearts and minds to the possibility that the person who disagrees with us is not motivated by malice and we explore the tensions between our beliefs, that our society progresses.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spring Lobby Weekend 

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about Spring Lobby Weekend including some about registration, housing, financial support, and lobbying.

Support FCNL FCNL's Capital Campaign 

The World We Seek: Now Is the Time Capital Campaign is making it possible for greater participation in civil dialogue on issues essential for humanity and our planet, including peace, justice, and sustainability. The campaign will raise $15 million over five years, including $9 million in endowment funds, to help us achieve our goals.