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Debbie Goddard is a 40-year-old American atheist activist and speaker. She was born on April 16, 1980 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the director of African Americans for Humanism (AAH). Goddard has a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Arts degree in religion from Temple University. She has been active in the atheist and humanist movements since 2005, when she joined the Secular Student Alliance. Goddard has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and events, including the American Humanist Association's annual conference, the American Atheists National Convention, and the Reason Rally. She has also been featured in various media outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian. Goddard is the author of the book "African Americans for Humanism: A New Voice for Nonbelief," which was published in 2013. She is also the co-editor of the anthology "Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists," which was published in 2014. Goddard is married and has two children. Her net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

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In 2019 she became the vice president of programs for American Atheists where she serves as a senior member of the leadership team.


Goddard became director of African Americans for Humanism in 2010. She has stated that the organization "is focused on getting more humanism into the black community and more people of color into the humanist community." Goddard is one of few women of color leaders in the atheist movement.


Goddard participated in the secular movement as a volunteer and activist for several years before being hired as a field organizer by the Center for Inquiry in 2006. From 2001 to 2004, she served as the volunteer publications director, then as student president of the Campus Freethought Alliance (later CFI On Campus), an international network of student freethinkers and skeptics.


In 2002 Goddard joined the Center for Inquiry Metro New York Advisory Board. That same year she was named The Student Activist on Beliefnet's Godless Who's Who.


Debbie Goddard (born April 16, 1980) is an American atheist activist and speaker, and the director of African Americans for Humanism (AAH). In 2019 she took on the role of vice president of programs at American Atheists.

Goddard was born April 16, 1980, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and attended Catholic school as a child. While raised Catholic, her father was Jewish, and she occasionally attended Jewish services with him. In sixth grade, she realized that she did not believe in God. She did not identify as an atheist until she learned that word two years later; her family and teachers were not supportive of her disbelief. Her questioning of religion led to her Catholic high school scholarship being revoked.