Kathy Khang

Kathy Khang is a speaker, journalist, and activist. She has worked in campus ministry for more than twenty years, with expertise in issues of gender, ethnicity, justice, and leadership development. She is a columnist for Sojourners magazine, a writer for Faith & Leadership, and a coauthor of More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith.

Contributions by Kathy Khang
By Kathy Khang and Caroline Triscik

What can women do to avoid the sinkhole of imposter syndrome? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well. 

By Kathy Khang and Caroline Triscik

How can we use our voices as a tool to bring shalom and wholeness to the world? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well. 

By Kathy Khang

Good Christians usually don’t talk about ambition. Maybe we call it “holy ambition” because if we add “holy” it makes it okay. I’ve read some of the Christian response to Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In and . . .

By Kathy Khang

Kathy Khang describes the concrete steps she took to overcome depression and the cultural stigma mental health issues carry within the Asian American, American, and Christian cultures.