Mr. Hersh has also been very involved in the nonprofit arena both nationally and locally on a personal basis and through the efforts of The Hersh Foundation, his family’s private foundation. He serves on the boards of the Communities Foundation of Texas, Baylor Health Care System Foundation, and the National Association for Urban Debate Leagues. From 1998 through 2015, Mr. Hersh served on the board of St. Mark’s School of Texas, where he held numerous positions including President from 2010 through 2012. In 2015, Mr. Hersh received the St. Mark’s School of Texas Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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Throughout the world, religious leaders are in a unique position to offer influential reflection on humility. But ministers, theologians, priests, and mullahs are often hamstrung by their own lack of scientific literacy — since few leaders from any tradition do scientific coursework as part of their formal training. With a series of recent grants, the John Templeton Foundation is working to change that for a diverse collection of religious leaders.