Keith Burton, Ph.D., heads the Center for Adventist-Muslim Relations at Oakwood University (CAMROU), where he also teaches in the School of Religion. CAMROU's innovative approach to interfaith bridge-building draws from research, social activities and humanitarian initiatives to form lasting relationships between members of the Muslim and Christian communities. Before assuming this position, Dr. Burton served as an adjunct facilitator of religion at the Adventist University of Health Sciences and task evaluator for Western Governors University. He is also the founder and president of Life emPowerment, Inc., a 501(c)3 organization that encourages individual responsibility and community cooperation. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Religious and Theological Studies from Northwestern University.