Gordon Gamm, JD is a lawyer and has provided counsel for the American Humanist Association, Center for Inquiry and the Society for Humanistic Judaism.
He served on the Board of Directors of the American Humanist Association for six years and was involved in the drafting of the Humanist Manifesto III.
Recently, he spoke at the Jefferson Unitarian Church in Golden, Colorado about humanism and its strong tie to religion, law, linguistics, political science and economics.
Mr. Gamm is in the process of writing a book entitled, New Testament by God III.
His speaking interests include: examining law, philosophy, reproductive rights, religion, political science and economics through a humanist lens.
Compensation for travel and lodging are required.