Liz Dong

Liz is a financial advisor and a CFP® practitioner. She holds her BA from Northwestern University and MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Liz and her husband live in the Chicago area with their dog, Miso. They love hiking, camping, and exploring the great outdoors whenever they can.

Nancye Saunders Drukker

Nancye has worked with Bible Study Fellowship International as a Teaching Leader and Area Advisor for fourteen years. She has degrees in Clinical Nutrition from Baylor University and The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School of Allied Health and a M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. She and her husband live in the Texas Hill Country, where she enjoys hiking and volunteering with ecological surveys as a Texas Master Naturalist.

Dr. Rachel Lamb, Board Chair

Rachel is currently the Senior Climate Advisor and agency lead for natural climate solutions at the Maryland Department of the Environment. She is also an Affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD). In addition to earning a PhD in Geographical Sciences from UMD, Rachel holds graduate degrees in Public Policy, and Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology. Rachel enjoys visiting U.S. National Parks whenever she can and has been to more than 250 sites.

Dr. Rick Lindroth

Rick is a Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of Ecology, and former Associate Dean for Research, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research focuses on forest systems, with a special emphasis on global environmental change. Dr. Lindroth is an elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Ecological Society of America, and the American Scientific Affiliation. He is a member of the Biologos Voices Speakers Bureau, and speaks publicly on topics such as creation care, climate change, and science denialism/communication. He enjoys fly-fishing, cycling, and canoeing, especially with his wife Nancy, adult children, and grandchildren.

Dr. Jonathan Moo

Jonathan is the Lindaman Chair and Professor of New Testament and Environmental Studies at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. He is the author or co-author of a number of essays and books on Christian faith and ecology, including Let Creation Rejoice (IVP) and Creation Care: A Biblical Theology of the Natural World (Zondervan). He loves introducing students to the beauty of wild places, including on a January-term course he offers at Tall Timber Ranch in the snowy North Cascades. He enjoys hiking and backpacking, cross-country skiing, fly-fishing and helping his wife Stacey grow food in their backyard garden.

Caroline Park

Caroline is a Deputy Section Chief with the Fisheries and Protected Resources Section, NOAA Office of General Counsel (D.C. area), where she provides legal advice on domestic and international fisheries issues. She is a Georgetown (J.D., L.L.M.) and Stanford (B.A. American Studies) grad. She enjoys playing violin and singing with her quartet, playing piano and guitar, and writing/arranging music.

Rev. Dr. Ron Reinstra

Ron is Director of Worship Life and Professor of Preaching & Worship Arts at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. He is an ordained minister in the Reformed Church in America (RCA), author of Church at Church, and coauthor (with Debra) of Worship Words: Disciplining Language for Faithful Ministry. Together they have three grown children, a multiplicity of living-room instruments, and a tame back yard they are slowly rewilding. His research interests include considering how the church might be a Refugia community in an era of climate crisis.

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