Angela Senander is an associate professor at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota and a Berkley Center research fellow. Her research interests include corporate social responsibility, spirituality in the workplace, and professional ethics for ministry, as well as the Catholic Church in public life. Senander previously was a member of the faculty at Merrimack College and Washington Theological Union; she has also taught at Boston College and St. Joseph College in West Hartford, Connecticut. Senander is the author of Scandal: The Catholic Church and Public Life (2012) and “Catholic Identity, Faithful Citizenship and the Laity” in Catholic Identity and the Laity (2009), as well as many other articles and conference papers. Prior to graduate school, she taught moral theology and social justice at a Catholic high school and worked as an intern at the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Senander holds a Ph.D. from Boston College.