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Toni Van Pelt

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Institute for Science and Human Values

HQ Phone:  (813) 282-1350

Direct Phone: (727) ***-****direct phone

Email: t***@***.net

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Institute for Science and Human Values

2502 N Rocky Point Dr

Tampa, Florida,33607

United States

Company Description

The Institute for Science and Human Values is please to introduce ISHV Planetary Odysseys. We strive to provide a vacation gathering of like minded people featuring select presentations based on the theme of living the good life. ... more

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Employment History

Vice President

Center for Inquiry


Owner

International Travel Associates Inc


Affiliations

Institute for Humanist Studies

Board Member


Pacifica Foundation Inc

Volunteer Coordinator


Resource Center for Women

Board Member


National Organization for Women

Southeast Regional Director


VolunteerMatch Inc

Volunteer Recruit


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www.instituteforscienceandhumanvalues.net

Toni Van Pelt, Director of Public Policy


www.instituteforscienceandhumanvalues.net

Toni Van Pelt is a treasurer/director of the newly founded Institute for Science and Human Values.
As former vice president of the Center for Inquiry and as a congressional lobbyist, she organized and directed one of the first public policy offices of the secular humanist movement in Washington, DC focusing on the importance of science, separation of church and state, women's and LGBTi rights. She also serves on the board of the National Organization for Women as the Southeast Regional Director. Toni Van Pelt, congressional lobbyist, grassroots organizer, National Organization for Women Southeast Regional Director Secretary:


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Toni Van Pelt, congressional lobbyist, grassroots organizer, National Organization for Women Southeast Regional Director
Secretary:


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by Ms. Toni Van Pelt, President, Institute for Science and Human Values When we at ISHV speak to our elected officials and staff, we state our group identification as secular humanists, skeptics, atheists, humanists, rationalists, naturalists, America ...


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Learn more about the history of religious freedom in these upcoming talks by Toni Van Pelt.
Toni Van Pelt will discuss the history of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), and outline the damage it has done to date and the potential for future damage. She will also discuss ways you can help to stem the tide of religious special exemptions to the rule of the law and to assist and insist in the establishment of secular moral principles in American culture. Toni is co-founder, president, and Congressional advocate for the Institute for Science and Human Values(ISHV). She launched and directs one of the first public policy offices of the Secular Humanist movement in Washington DC, which focuses on the importance of science, the use of empirical evidence as the basis for public policy, separation of church and state, secularism, and women's and LGBTQI rights. She regularly presents on a variety of issues including proposed federal legislation and regulations, human rights, how to effectively participate in federal and state government, and how to lobby legislative bodies. Further, she educates on, and advocates for the passage of Equal Rights Amendment and the United Nations Convention to Eliminate Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). As a secular humanist, feminist activist and citizen of the world, she serves on the board of the Institute for Humanist Studies, is the Chairwoman of Americans United for Separation of Church and State Speakers Bureau and on many of the boards and committees of the National Organization for Women. She has been recognized by the Veteran Feminists of America for her long time activism for women's rights. Posted on July 26, 2016 July 26, 2016 Author adminiCategories National News and Events, UncategorisedTags #UnitedCoR, agnostic, Americans United, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, atheist, Coalition of Reason, discrimination, education, Freedom, freethinker, history, humanist, Institute for Humanist Studies, Institute for Science and Humanist Values, law, LGBT, LGBTQ, National Organization for Women, reason, religion, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, RFRA, secular, skeptic, Toni Van Pelt, United Coalition of Reason, Veteran Feminists of America by Ms. Toni Van Pelt, President, Institute for Science and Human Values When we at ISHV speak to our elected officials and staff, we state our group identification as secular humanists, skeptics, atheists, humanists, rationalists, naturalists, America ...


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