Rev. Harry Knox is President and CEO of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Rights in Washington, DC, people of faith working for women’s access to health care and self-determination. Prior to taking the helm at RCRC, Harry was the founding director of the Human Rights Campaign’s Religion and Faith Program, the first Program Director at Freedom to Marry, and Executive Director of Georgia Equality. He has pastored churches in Georgia and Texas, and has held positions with the American Cancer Society and Equality Florida. Harry was appointed by President Obama in February 2009 to the President’s first Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships. He is the recipient of the 2000 Cordle Award for Promotion of God’s Diversity, Lancaster Theological Seminary’s 2005 Robert V. Moss Medal for Excellence in Ministry, and the 2014 James T. Molloy Medal for Distinguished Alumni Service of the United States Senate Youth Program Alumni Association. He is married to retired civil rights attorney C. Michael Bozeman.