In Boy Scout camp at the age of twelve, Victor Dorff was taught that everyone belonged to one of three groups: Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish. No one was exempt from weekly services, so he decided to attend them all.
As an adult, his exploration of faith revealed a broader range of choices. He integrated that journey into his professional lifefrom Stanford Law School to ABC News, from entrepreneur to educator, from Internet pioneer to cofounder of Charity Checks.
Today, Dorff is a consultant and world traveler who teaches math and axiomatic thinking, writes books, and has an Internet column on academic integrity.