Staff

Matthew Eppinette Christopher White

Our staff brings years of experience covering a wide variety of disciplines including public relations, journalism, research, writing, activism, web design, and graphic design. These are the experts that keep their eyes open to the bioethics issues coming down the pike and provide the tools and skills necessary for CBC to respond quickly with the right resources.

 


 

Matthew Eppinette, Executive Director

Matthew’s educational background includes business, information technology, and bioethics. He has worked in both the non-profit and for profit sectors in communications, new media, information technology, and bioethics research. A chapter he wrote, “Human 2.0: Transhumanism as a Cultural Trend,” appears in Everyday Theology: How to Read Texts and Interpret Trends. He is also a contributing author to The New Media Frontier. He co-wrote our documentary films Anonymous Father’s Day, Eggsploitation, and Breeders: A Subclass of Women?. He is currently studying Ethics at Fuller Seminary and is a Fellow of the Paul Ramsey Institute.

 

 

Melody, Martins, Assistant to the President

Melody believes there is power in the human experience—each person has a story that can change others. This conviction led her to study Theology and Journalism at Multnomah University so that she can work to provide a voice to those who are voiceless. She enjoys spending time outside and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two children.

 

Christopher White, Director of Research and Education

Christopher White holds an M.A. in Ethics and Society from Fordham University and a B.A. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics from The King’s College. His writings have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, New York Daily News, International Business Times, The American Interest, National Review, First Things, Public Discourse, and Human Life Review, among many other print and online publications. He is the co-author of Renewal (Encounter Books, 2013) and a 2013-2014 Robert Novak Fellowship Award Winner. He lives in New York City.