Lew Daly is an independent scholar who lives in New York City. He studied religious ethics at Union Theological Seminary and has worked as a prison chaplain. A writer on religion, political development, and economic thought, on the web Lew is a guest contributor at Front Porch Republic. Lew was previously a fellow of the Schumann Center for Media & Democracy, where he worked closely with then-president Bill Moyers on special projects. With a B.A. degree from Oberlin College, he holds advanced degrees from Brown University, the University at Buffalo, and Union Theological Seminary. He lives in upper Manhattan with his wife, Pam Rehm, and their children, Nate and Cora.