About Will Samson

Will Samson has a broad range of experience in the corporate, non-profit and political spheres. In previous roles he served as Executive Director of a global non-profit, the CEO of a dot-com company and an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Georgetown College. He began his career in electoral politics, working on over thirty campaigns throughout the Southeast. Currently he is Vice President of Strategic Growth and Change with Inzet.

Will is the author of the book, Enough: Contentment in an Age of Excess, (Cook, 2009) and the co-author of Justice in the Burbs, (Baker, 2007) a book that deals with how individuals can be aware of, and engage in, issues of social justice. Additionally, Will authored book chapters for An Emergent Manifesto of Hope, (Baker, 2007) The Justice Project, (Baker, 2009) and The New Evangelical Social Engagement (Oxford University Press, 2013). His research appears in the February 2012 issue of Worldviews (Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology), entitled Evangelical Christians and the Environment: “Christians for the Mountains” and the Appalachian Movement against Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining.