Sosamma Samuel-Burnett

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Jeff Hunt

Sosamma Samuel-Burnett

 

In a day when the classical idea of justice is often distorted to connote retribution, redistribution, and revolution, Centennial Institute prizes its affiliation with Sosamma Samuel-Burnett’s countervailing work for justice to be understood biblically, with practical application to humanity’s most difficult problems.

After a decade in Sacramento CA, where she established and led William Jessup University’s public policy academic department and public policy institute, Mrs. Samuel Burnett and her family now live in Loveland, CO. With degrees from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and the University of Minnesota Law School, her extensive human-rights experience includes work in Mexico, South Asia, the Middle East, and throughout the USA.  She combines her advocacy, education, and legal experience to serve as the Founder/President of G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice, a non-profit organization dedicated to extending geopolitical learning opportunities for biblical advocacy and leadership.