Anthony M. Fernandez
Director

Anthony Fernandez is a cradle Catholic, father of two, and a vocal advocate of Catholic Social Teaching. He is a PhD candidate in molecular biology who has taken an interest in economics for a decade. As the grandchild of men who suffered under the Communist Revolution and the Great Depression, he is keenly aware of the failures of liberal capitalism and socialism, and believes that authentic social teaching is crucial for evangelization and justice.

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Levi A. Russell, PhD
Fellow

Levi Russell is a Catholic convert (Easter, 2007), husband, and father of three. He earned a PhD in Economics from Kansas State University in 2013. He is interested in promoting Catholic Social Teaching through applied research and economics education. Levi edits the Institute’s magazine Social Justice Quarterly and is the host of the weekly Catholic Economics podcast.

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