I have undergraduate degrees in psychology and religion, as well as an MA in Peace Studies from the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary. During my MA studies, I spent a year as an intern and volunteer at the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice in Ann Arbor, MI.
I work in the research office of a small Christian university, and I am the director of the Adventist Peace Fellowship and host of the APF podcast, Adventist Peace Radio. Previously, I was the research coordinator for Tiny Hands International, a Christian nonprofit agency fighting human trafficking in Nepal. I've also worked for the American Red Cross.
Among other publications, I have chapters in a few books: Church and Society: Missiological Challenges for the Seventh-day Adventist Church (Rudi Maier, ed., Andrews University, 2015); Do Justice: Our Call to Faithful Living (Nathan Brown and Joanna Darby, eds., Signs Publishing, 2014); and Ministering with Millennials (co-written with Ron Whitehead; Roger Dudley, ed., AdventSource, 2009).