The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought out some of the best in human behavior, some of the worst, and a lot in between. Far from being over, COVID-19 will now be a part of our lives going forward. What have we learned from the pandemic? More importantly, what
positive changes in our lives and in the world can we make going forward? Can we use our pandemic experience to make a better world? Come explore this question with me.
Randy Best is the Leader of the Northern Virginia Ethical Society.
Randy previously was the Leader of the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he served for eight years. Randy was certified as an Ethical Culture Leader in 2004. Randy has also worked with the Ethical Society of Austin and the Ethical Society of St. Louis, where he served as a Leader Intern. Randy has held various positions with the American Ethical Union, including four years as President of the National Leaders Council.
Randy lives in North Bethesda, Maryland. He has four grown children and two grandchildren.
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