Join The Media Project and the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at Central Presbyterian Church to hear Roberta Ahmanson speak about her experiences as a religion reporter and give her thoughts about why journalism matters for Christianity, and how it can give a voice to people around the world.


Roberta Green Ahmanson is a writer and speaker who started her professional life as a religion reporter at two Southern California newspapers. 

She is the co-author, along with Paul Marshall and Lela Gilbert, of Islam at the Crossroads: Understanding Its Beliefs, History, and Conflicts. She is a co-editor of Blind Spot: When Journalists Don't Get Religion. Her interests are journalism, art, art history, city planning, religion, history, embroidery, and murder mysteries. She is also a member of The Media Project Board of Directors.