Paul P. Jesep, founder of Corporate Chaplaincy, earned a Master of Arts from Bangor Theological Seminary. He also earned degrees from Union College, Western New England University School of Law and the Graduate School of Political Management at The George Washington University.
Paul is an attorney who has worked as an Ethics Officer, Compliance Officer, Legislative Analyst, General Counsel, Public Affairs Director, Speech Writer for a U.S. Senator, Legal Counsel for a Massachusetts State Senator, and newspaper and magazine correspondent. In the past, he’s also taught political science and the legislative process at the college and university level.
He is an ethics blogger, columnist for Ethikos magazine and author of the book Lost Sense of Self & the Ethics Crisis: Learn to Live and Work Ethically. In addition, he writes regularly on spirituality and social justice.
His diverse education and rich professional background in law, government and the private sector enables him to provide businesses, nonprofits, and individuals unique insights in ethics, compliance and spiritual wellness.
Paul believes in a universal wisdom – 1) art & culture, 2) faith & spirituality and 3) logic, science, & common sense. These three make us whole and true to our Creation.