An associate chaplain at Ohio Wesleyan University is among faith leaders who will meet with Vice President Joe Biden next week to discuss gun violence.

An associate chaplain from Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware plans to attend a meeting with Vice President Joe Biden next week to discuss the faith community's response to gun violence.

A university spokesman says Lisa Ho was invited through her work with the Ohio Prophetic Voices advocacy group.

Expected to attend the Washington meeting on Monday and Tuesday will be the vice president, senior presidential adviser Valerie Jarrett, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California and clergy from around the nation.

It will address the role of faith in helping America heal from gun violence, provide training in gun violence prevention and media response and offer a meeting with White House and legislative leaders.

As an Ohio Wesleyan assistant chaplain, Ho offers support to students, works with other ministry groups, leads Bible studies and works to build relationships among local churches, community partners and others.

As part of Ohio Prophetic Voices, Ho has helped organize an upcoming event that seeks to address social justice issues in Columbus and statewide. She also has been involved in the Washington, D.C.-based Sojourners social justice group.