Meet Our 2017 Team

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Update: 5/4.  2 days to the Flying Pig & we’re at 87% of our goal! Donations accepted throughout May!

 

 

 


Nick Caprino

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about? 

Compassionate and fair criminal justice

Why are you running for IJPC?

To support a wonderful organization that makes a difference

What is your fundraising goal?

$150

 

 

 


Sr. Carren Herring

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about? 

I am passionate about the environment, immigration reform, health care, voters’ rights, the wealth gap, women’s issues – anything that impacts the Body of Christ and our weakest members.

Why are you running for IJPC?

I’m walking the Pig because I support the work of IJPC and want it to flourish.

What is your fundraising goal?

$350

 

 


Sr. Mary Joyce Moeller

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about? 

I am passionate about working for peace and nonviolence and for justice for all peoples, including immigrants and refugees and all those being discriminated against and whose rights are being violated.

Why are you running for IJPC?

I am running with Team IJPC because I see IJPC empowering so many folks to stand up for justice and peace and I want to support this with all my being and I hope my friends will help with their donations.

What is your fundraising goal?

I don’t want to suggest any limit on the generosity of those I am appealing to!


Cassie and Parker

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about? 

We believe peace is possible and that’s why we’ve been involved with IJPC for twenty years. All of their work is important, please don’t make us rank anyone issue over another!

Why are you running for IJPC?

Um, we mentioned we’re walking, right?!

What is your fundraising goal?

One million, or $600… we’re flexible

 


Allison, Patrick and Colin Reynolds-Berry

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about? 

As a family, we care deeply about keeping immigrant families together and have been heartbroken to follow the story of Maribel and her family. Advocating for immigrant rights is a huge concern for us.

What is your fundraising goal?

Collective goal – $300. Colin thinks he can raise it all by himself.

 

 

 

 


Dan Schneider

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about?

I am passionate about ending the death penalty because it is immoral and unjust.

Why are you running for IJPC?

I am walking for IJPC because they provide great leadership in justice issues in Cincinnati and help to promote greater understanding of problems we face.

What is your fundraising goal?

$200

 

 


Fr. Bob Stephan

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about?

Since moving back to Cincinnati I have been increasingly involved in prison ministry and programs of restorative justice. We need to find better ways of addressing the harm that comes from crime. I am impressed by the important work that IJPC does in advocating for an end to the death penalty.

Why are you running for IJPC?

I believe in their mission and want to show my support.

What is your fundraising goal?

$100


Nina Tolley

What is a Justice and Peace issue you are passionate about?

Peace.

Why are you running for IJPC?

I believe in what IJPC does.

What is your fundraising goal?

$350

About IJPC

The Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national and global systems, and promotes the creation of a nonviolent society. IJPC is supported by faith-based organizations and individuals who work together to educate around justice issues, take collaborative action and do public witness. We address local, national and international concerns focusing on the death penalty, immigration, human trafficking and peace and nonviolence.

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