Roy Speckhardt has served as executive director of the American Humanist Association since 2005. He also serves on the boards of The Institute for Humanist Studies and the Secular Coalition for America Education Fund. He served as deputy director of The Interfaith Alliance from 1995 to 2001.
Speckhardt holds an M.B.A. from George Mason University and B.A. in sociology from Mary Washington College. He is the author of Creating Change Through Humanism, available here through Humanist Press. He currently lives in Washington, DC.
Posts by Roy Speckhardt
The following excerpt from Roy Speckhardt’s Creating Change Through Humanism (Humanist Press, 2015) is part of theHumanist.com’s month-long celebration of the AHA’s 80th Anniversary in April.... Read More
The following is an excerpt from Justice-Centered Humanism, a new book by Roy Speckhardt that will be published by Pitchstone Press later this year.... Read More
After two decades serving the American Humanist Association—fifteen of those years as Executive Director—I’ve decided the time is ripe for me to begin a... Read More
Two years ago, I received the worst news of my life: my daughter, Johanna, was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Seventeen and just starting... Read More
This is the first issue of the newly transformed Humanist magazine. As the cover reveals, the magazine changes this year from a bimonthly, issued... Read More
The following is adapted (with permission) from my presentation of the Humanist of the Year Award to Rep. Huffman at the American Humanist Association’s... Read More
Donald Trump is pushing the separation of church and state to the brink with his nomination of crusading Christian nationalist Judge Amy Coney Barrett... Read More