Kimberly Dickson has studied and worked in the Middle East, East Africa, India, and in her home state of California. In these various contexts she has seen how the status of women practically affects the health and wellbeing of families, communities, and nations. She has seen the welfare of entire communities transform when those who are traditionally marginalized are brought into community decision making. She received an MA in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary to better understand the Judeo/Christian faith’s perspectives on women. Kim is co-host of CBE International’s Mutuality Matters podcast segment, “Global Impact: Egalitarian Activism and Human Flourishing.” Based on her experience in the field, she invites guests to reflect on the practical impacts of Christian theology, especially regarding women, on their humanitarian work.