In this wide-ranging Peace Talks interview, Rev. Eugene Cho warns against being a one-song karaoke monster as an activist and offers the simple practice of sharing a meal as the precursor to hard conversations. He also laments using the words jerk and overrated in his book titles. Find out why.
Eugene is President/CEO of Bread for the World, a Christian advocacy organization urging U.S. decision makers to do all they can to pursue a world without hunger.
Eugene co-chairs the U.S. Nutrition CEO Council, the body of leaders from international NGOs encouraging the U.S. government, civil society, corporations, and other stakeholders to make global nutrition expertise into law and policy. He serves on the board of Interaction; on the Coordinating Committee for the Circle of Protection; and as visionary for One Day’s Wages.
Prior to becoming President/CEO of Bread for the World, Eugene pastored a local church for nearly thirty years.
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