Karen Hice Guzmán, Director of Women in the Academy and Professions. Except for some years taken off to raise children, Karen has spent her adult life in and around InterVarsity — originally as a student and campus staff member in Michigan and currently in Atlanta. An entrepreneur at heart, she and some student leaders started the grad fellowship at Michigan State and the MBA fellowship at Georgia Tech. She loves to use her gifts of hospitality and teaching to create a welcome place for people to connect with God and with each other. Currently, she is bringing together women in graduate school and beyond to encourage, support, and mentor one another to live fully into the call of God on their lives as they navigate the challenges of academia and the professional world. Karen lives in Marietta, Georgia with her husband and three teenage boys. She loves dark chocolate, good coffee, the Avett Brothers, and British TV.
Anna Moseley Gissing, Editor of The Well. With degrees in political science, French, theological studies, and New Testament, Anna is a learner at heart. She’s ministered in both local churches and on university campuses, most recently with InterVarsity’s Graduate & Faculty Ministries in North Carolina. A member of the Redbud Writers Guild, Anna loves speaking and writing, and her work has been published in Not Alone and Let Us Keep The Feast. She is married to Jeff, a Presbyterian pastor, and together they are raising two young children. As editor of The Well, she hopes to encourage, support, and challenge women in graduate school and beyond. Find her on twitter at @amgissing.
Ann Boyd, Managing Editor. Ann has worked for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship since 1997, exploring her interests and gifts in music, teaching, and spiritual formation. She received her bachelor’s in music education from Northwestern University and keeps on singing, even if it is just for joy at home. Ann spends free moments writing, running, and baking cookies. She and her husband Jon homeschool their two daughters and write up as much as they can at their blog.
Marcia Bosscher, Associate. Marcia has a master’s degree in public health from the University of Michigan and has worked as a dietitian, editor, ministry coordinator, and mom. She attends a campus church in Madison, Wisconsin, and has long enjoyed the company of the grad women passing through. Their accounts of the joys and struggles of life in grad school have informed the content at The Well, where Marcia served as founding editor for eight years.