is a second-year student at Talbot School of Theology, pursuing a master of arts in Bible exposition. She has a BS in business administration and a minor in biblical studies from Biola University. She worked as a CPA and had clients in a variety of industries, including nonprofits and ministries. She has volunteered at her church in numerous capacities, including children’s ministries, small group teaching coordinator, deacon board, business committee, and mission trips. She also served as an intern with SEND International in Central Asia. Her paper, “Vindicating Bathsheba: Correcting Interpretations of 2 Samuel 11:1–5 that Ignore Imbalances of Power, Protect Sexual Predators, and Blame Victims,” argues that speculative interpretations blaming Bathsheba have contributed to sexual abuse and its cover-up in the church. She presents 2 Samuel 11:1–5 in its literary and cultural context.