Dr. Brian Grim
PresidentCompany: Religious Freedom & Business Foundation
Role: Session Presenter
2018 Conference Session:
The Corporate Diversity Index: A Tool for Measuring Global Religious D&I
2020 Conference Session: New Perspectives on Innovative Workplaces in a Global Future That is More Religious (S2-A)
Brian Grim, PhD, is president of the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation, a corporate trainer, and a leading scholar on international religious demography and the socio-economic impact of religious freedom. He has extensive international experience, and is a TEDx speaker and a speaker at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.
Brian’s recent research finds that religion contributes $1.2 trillion to the U.S. economy annually, more than the combined revenues of top U.S. tech companies including Apple, Amazon and Google. He is recent chair of the World Economic Forum’s faith council and he works closely with the United Nations Business for Peace platform. He is an affiliated scholar at Baylor University, Boston University, Georgetown University and the Freedom Forum Institute.
Brian is a Penn State alumnus and author of numerous works including “The Price of Freedom Denied” (Cambridge), “World Religion Database” (Brill), “The World’s Religions in Figures” (Wiley), and “Yearbook of International Religious Demography” (Brill).