Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life
Kim Daniels is the associate director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, bringing her broad experience, skills and relationships to Georgetown. Daniels was appointed by Pope Francis as a Member of the Vatican Dicastery for Communication in 2016, and in that role was an advisor to the organizing committee for the February 2019 Vatican Meeting on the Protection of Minors. She has also advised the U.S. bishops and Catholic organizations on issues where Church teachings intersect with public life, including immigration, human life and dignity, religious liberty and care for creation.
Daniels is a key contributor to all Initiative programs and leads the Initiative's Salt and Light and Latino Leaders programs. She partnered with the Initiative to help lead the Convening on Overcoming Polarization in June 2018. Daniels is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Chicago Law School. She and her husband have six children.