Whitney Hopler

Religion Expert

Education

B.A., English, George Mason University

Introduction

  • Author of an upcoming book about faith, Waking Up to Wonder (September 2020)  
  • Communications director for the Center for Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University

Experience

Whitney Hopler is a writer, editor, and website developer. She previously served as the religion editor for the Times Community Newspapers, where she covered stories about diverse faith communities. She has also been an editor at Crosswalk.com and The Salvation Army’s national magazines. Hopler's writing has been published by The Washington Post, Thrive Global, and Guideposts, among other outlets. She writes about faith (including angels and miracles) in her book Waking Up to Wonder (September 2020) and its namesake blog on her website. Hopler is currently the communications director for the  Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University. 

Education

Hopler holds a B.A. in English from George Mason University, where she graduated with honors. She is also certified as a professional technical communicator from the Society for Technical Communications.

Learn Religions and Dotdash

Our mission at Learn Religions is to help you explore the practices of your own faith, understand your neighbor’s beliefs, and familiarize yourself with the world’s major religions — regardless of your own spiritual background.

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