Center for Christogenesis Board
Founder and Board Chair
Ilia currently holds the Josephine C. Connelly Endowed Chair in Theology at Villanova University, and is the author of twenty books. Ilia holds PhDs in Pharmacology from Rutgers University and in Theology from Fordham University, as well as two honorary doctorates, one from St. Francis University in 2015, and one from Sacred Heart University in 2020.
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After more than 12 years working in the U.S. Senate, Martha was honored to work for President George H. W. Bush at the United States Information Agency and the Department of State; followed by President George W. Bush at the Federal Communications Commission. She recently retired as a private sector telecommunications lobbyist.
Jeri Eckhart Queenan
Eckhart Queenan, J., Grunert, P., & Murphy, D. (2021). Elevating the Role of Faith-Inspired Impact in the Social Sector. The Bridgespan Group.
Eckhart Queenan, J., Etzel, M., & Julia Silverman (2019). Five Foundations Address the “Starvation Cycle”. The Chronical of Philanthropy.
Eckhart Queenan, J., Etzel, M., & Prasad, S. (2016). Pay-What-It-Takes Philanthropy. Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Eckhart Queenan, J., Hadley, J., & Grindle, A. (2015). Designing for Transformative Scale: Global Lessons in What Works. Rotman magazine. Winter 2015.
Eckhart Queenan, J., Behringer, C., Allen, J. (2013). Women Inc. Business Strategy Review. Vol. 24, Issue 4, pp.32-35, 2013.
Eckhart Queenan, J. (2013). Global NGOs Spend More on Accounting Than Multinationals. HBR.org.
Eckhart Queenan, J., Allen, J. (2012). Global Starvation Cycle. The Bridgespan Group.
Eckhart Queenan, J., & Forti, M. (2011). Ten Thousand Strong, Business Strategy Review.
Eckhart Queenan, J., & Forti, M. (2011). Measurement as Learning. The Bridgespan Group.
Eckhart Queenan, J., & Bibb, E. (2008). Tapping into the Board’s Talents. BoardSource.
Frank assists industry & patient organizations in developing new medicines & has helped secure FDA approval for hundreds of new drugs, mostly for very serious & rare diseases. Frank is an Adjunct Professor of Neurology at U. of Rochester medical school & has a BS (biology/genetics, Cornell), MS & MPH (U. of Cal. @ Berkeley) & JD (Georgetown).