“Joe is a force of nature” is a regular description of Joseph K. Grieboski.

Joe is chairman and ceo of just consulting, a social justice consulting firm, helping corporate, government, and non-profit clients. “Consulting with conscience,” just consulting is committed to the premise that people are more important than profit. As a result, just consulting contributes at least 10% of its monthly income to social justice projects around the globe.

At the ripe old age of 24, Joe was so bothered by the state of religious liberty in the world that he launched THE INSTITUTE on Religion and Public Policy in 1999. In a short time, Joe transformed the Institute into a well-respected global authority on the role of religious freedom in society and politics, culminating in his 2007 and 2008 nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize. As a religious freedom and human rights expert, Joe has testified before the United States Congress, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and many other legislative and international bodies.

Joe currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of THE INSTITUTE on Religion and Public Policy; Founder and Secretary-General of the Interparliamentary Conference on Human Rights and Religious Freedom; member of the Board of Directors of the Leadership Council for Human Rights; member of the Board of editorial board member of the China Law and Religion Monitor; board member of the Committee for a Responsible Defense; and as a member of the Panel of Experts on International Religious Freedom of the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

He has lectured for the Close Up Foundation; the National Youth Leadership Forum on Defense, Intelligence, and Diplomacy; and the Washington Semester Program on Peace and Conflict Resolution at American University. Grieboski has also served as a faculty member of the Boston University Institute on Religion and World Affairs (IRWA) Seminar “Religion and Democracy.” Grieboski investigated a run for the United States House of Representatives in 2002.

Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Foreign Service and a Master’s in National Security Studies from Georgetown University. He lives in Alexandria, VA, with his wife Sarah Channing and their two whippets, Percy and Hency.

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