Center Coordinator and Executive Assistant
Deborah Wright has been Coordinator and Administrative Assistant at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies since 2001. She supervises the administrative staff and coordinates the activities of all Center personnel and is at the heart of organization and scheduling of the Center’s many conferences, including logistics, travel, accommodations, on campus and worldwide. Most especially, the continued success of the annual International Law and Religion Symposium wouldn’t be possible without Deborah’s competence and tireless efforts in the year-round efforts of organization, planning, communication, and coordination of events and facilities, of faculty, students, delegates, hosts, and visitors, all of which combine to bring to pass such a complex undertaking. Deborah is the patient voice on the phone, the unflagging e-mail correspondent, for hundreds of Center friends worldwide. More …
Sydney Slade is a sophomore at Brigham Young University. She is majoring in Special Education and is emphasizing in severe disabilities. She grew up in El Paso, Texas on the border of Mexico, and is the second of five children. She served a mission in South Florida and had the opportunity to interact with people from all over the world and developed a deep love for South American culture. Sydney also loves music, any activity outside, and spending time with family and friends.
Brady Earley is a senior at BYU from Riverton, Utah majoring in economics and American studies. After serving a full-time mission in Toronto, Canada speaking Mandarin, he ran for three years on the men’s cross country/track team. In addition to working at the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, Brady also conducts research on religion and ethnicity in the political science department. Outside of running, he also loves jazz music and filling his role as an uncle to four nieces and three nephews.