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Mynga Futrell is co-director (with Paul Geisert) of The BrightsNet, an organization set up to promote the use of the word Bright as a noun to refer to people whose worldview is naturalistic.

She is also vice-president [1] and past president of Atheists and Other Freethinkers, sits on the board of directors [2] of the American Humanist Association, and is on the national advisory council of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State.

In the educational field she is on the national advisory council of the 3Rs (rights, respect, responsibility) religious liberty project for teachers initiated by the First Amendment Center. She is also lead curriculum developer for "Objectivity, Accuracy, and Balance In Teaching About Religion" (OABITAR) [3], a religion-neutral professional web resource for educators.

She has been an educator at all levels of instruction, from an elementary open school through university professor, including at Gallaudet University for the Deaf in Washington, DC.

Notes

  1. ^ "Atheists and Other Freethinkers - About AOF - Board of Directors"
  2. ^ "AHA 2009 Board Election Results"
  3. ^ "OABITAR - About this site"







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