Presented by The American Conservative, American Principles Project & the Bruderhof
Pastor Heinrich Arnold, the Bruderhof
Emile Doak, vice president of advancement & programs, The American Conservative
Panel 1: Our Cultural Crisis: Why is Pro-Family Policy Needed Now?
Rod Dreher, senior editor, The American Conservative
W. Bradford Wilcox, The Institute for Family Studies
Ed Lawson, president, Family & Community Engagement Services
Sohrab Ahmari, New York Post
Marshall Kosloff , media fellow, Hudson Institute (moderator)
Panel #2: A New Policy Agenda: What Does Pro-Family Policy Look Like in Practice?
Jonathan Schweppe, director of government affairs, American Principles Project
Samuel Hammond, director of policy & welfare study, Niskanen Center
Oren Cass, executive director, American Compass
Catherine Pakaluk, director of social research, Catholic University of America
Arthur Bloom, editor, website, The American Conservative (moderator)
Concluding remarks, Emile Doak, vice president, advancement & programs, The American Conservative