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Lauren Noyes

Executive Director

Lauren Noyes serves as Executive Director of Faith and Law. Previously, she worked as Director of House Relations and Director of Special Projects for the Heritage Foundation. She started her career on Capitol Hill working for Congressman John Shadegg (R-AZ) and later became legislative director for Congressman Joe Pitts (R-PA). During her time on the Hill, she participated in Faith and Law, which has made her position as Executive Director especially meaningful for her and impactful to the organization. Lauren graduated magna cum laude from Wake Forest University with a B.A. in English Literature. She lives in Arlington, VA with her husband, Brad, and their four children.

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Haley McIndoe

Strategic Partnerships Director

Haley serves as Director of Development for Faith and Law. She graduated from Grove City College with a B.A. in Communication Studies and minors in English and Sociology. Prior to Faith and Law, she worked in a myriad of development roles for Cornerstone Schools of Washington, D.C., a school that serves low-income students in Anacostia, and International Justice Mission, the world’s largest anti-slavery organization. She brings together a passion for justice, mercy, and seeing individuals use their power for good in the public square. After six years of living on the Hill, Haley and her husband Andrew recently moved to Alexandria with their two year-old daughter, Lottie.

Jacque Armentrout

Director of Communications

Jacque Armentrout serves as Faith and Law's Communication Director. Prior to coming to Faith and Law, Jacque worked in development at America World Adoption, creating and implementing their strategic digital fundraising and communication efforts. Jacque also worked at AKQA, leading digital projects for major companies such as USPS and Disney as well as D.C. based startup, Silas Partners, where she managed the design and development of websites and multi-channel marketing campaigns for Christian ministries such as Langham Partnership, Harvest and NRB. Originally from Switzerland, Jacque earned a bachelors degree from Duke University. She lives in Oakton, VA with her husband and three children.

Board of Directors

Bret Bernhardt, Treasurer
Kiki Bradley
Cherie Harder
D.J. Jordan
Michael Maibach
Gabe Neville
John Palafoutas, Chairman
Mark Rodgers
Matthew Spalding
Mark Strand
Marc Wheat
Bill Wichterman, President



Advisory Board

Barry Black, Chaplain of the U.S. Senate
Joseph Capizzi, Executive Director of the Institute for Human Ecology, the Catholic University of America
The Honorable Steve Daines, U.S. Senate
Robert P. George, Princeton University
Os Guinness, author and social critic
Fr. William Gurnee, St. Joseph’s on Capitol Hill
Rev. Bill Haley, Executive Director, Coracle
The Honorable Mike Johnson, U.S. House of Representatives
The Honorable James Lankford, U.S. Senate
Art Lindsley, Vice President for Theological Initiatives for the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The Honorable Cathy McMorris Rodgers, U.S. House of Representatives (Honorary Member)
Paul McNulty, Co-Founder of Faith and Law and President of Grove City College
Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Church
Nancy Pearcey, author and professor at Houston Baptist University
The Honorable Joe Pitts, former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
Emmett Price, Professor of Worship, Church and Culture, Executive Director of the Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
Heather Rice-Minus, Senior Vice President of Advocacy and Mobilization at Prison Fellowship
The Honorable Zach Wamp, former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
George Weigel, Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center
The Honorable Frank Wolf, former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
Jenny Yang, Senior Vice President of Advocacy and Policy for World Relief

Faith and Law has been an immense encouragement for us as staff to set aside dividing party labels and to come together under one common purpose of making Christ’s name known through our work here on the Hill.
Hill Staffer
No one is doing a Christian perspective on policy with briefings. This is the only briefing series like it on the Hill.
Hill Staffer
F&L is unique because of the overarching community in DC that undergirds it. The sense of community, family, and partnership is tangible. It’s apparent people are living out their dream, by chronicling a Biblical narrative in the midst of our Nation’s Capital.
Hill Staffer