Paul Ambos, Esq., is a member of the bars of New Jersey and New York. He has been the Chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey since January 2013. Additionally, he has been a member of the Standing Committee on Constitution and Canons of the Diocese of New Jersey for more than 12 years. Ambos is presently Secretary of Province II.
He will be presenting a workshop on Sanctuaries.
The Rev. Adrian Dannhauser is the associate rector of Church of the Incarnation in New York, She discovered the Episcopal Church in her mid-twenties and still marvels at its many gifts – ancient tradition, progressive theology, an invitation to question, an emphasis on social justice, liturgical space for contemplation, and Christian community grounded in the Eucharist. Today Adrian’s ministry is fueled by her commitment to evangelism and mission. She seeks to empower others to share God’s love through faith-filled conversation in daily life and service to those in need.
Prior to arriving at Church of the Incarnation, Adrian served just up the street at St. James’ Church on Madison Ave. She is active in a number of Episcopal and ecumenical ministries, serves on the Governor’s Interfaith Advisory Council, and chairs the Episcopal Diocese of New York Task Force Against Human Trafficking. She was recently selected as a New York Nonprofit Media 40 Under 40 Rising Stars honoree for her work to combat human trafficking.
Before ordained ministry, Adrian practiced corporate bankruptcy law and financial restructuring at the Wall Street firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP. She also has a history in dance ministry and a lifelong love of ballet. Adrian holds a B.A. from Duke University, a J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School, and an M.Div. from Yale Divinity School.
The Rev. Dannhauser will be presenting a workshop on Sex Trafficking.
Heidi Kim, Staff Officer for Racial Reconciliation for the Episcopal Church is based in Seattle, Washington. She is responsible for facilitating the establishment and growth of networks in the Church that confront structural issues of racism in society and the church.
She will be presenting a workshop on Becoming a Beloved Community. See a video: