Working for workplace religious diversity, equity & inclusion


Andrew Fleming, Previous Corporate Liaison

Drew Fleming was previously a Religious Freedom & Business Foundation Corporate Liaison working on Dare to Overcome* and a student at Wabash College.

Drew grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, before attending Wabash where he majors in Religion with a minor in Political Science. Through various courses at Wabash, Drew has seen the need for religious freedom all around the world, and was inspired by RFBF’s mission. Drew’s internship is a part of the Wabash Public Policy Project. Drew enjoys sports and in his time at Wabash has played on the basketball and golf teams.

Dare to Overcome (DTO) (August 22-24, 2021) is the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s global “intersectionality conference” highlighting the ways diverse communities support and reinforce one another in building more inclusive workplaces and peaceful societies. Each day focuses on a different theme:

– Aug. 22: Social Justice, Equity and Religious Non-discrimination

– Aug. 23: Intersectionality Between Faith & Abilities Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

– Aug. 24: Business for Interfaith Understanding, Peace & Inclusion