Jennifer Danielle Crumpton
The Rev. Jennifer Danielle Crumpton ’96 is vice president of strategic partnerships for the International Center for Religion & Diplomacy [ICRD], a nongovernmental organization based in Washington, D.C. ICRD utilizes religious reconciliation in international diplomatic efforts to prevent and resolve identity-based and ethnic/tribal violent extremism and conflict.
Crumpton created Femmevangelical.com, a forum for professional women to nurture spiritual growth while examining the effects of religion, politics, economics and culture on the everyday lives of women and the push for full equality. She is a contributing author to the recent book A New Evangelical Manifesto and Talking Taboo: American Christian Women Get Frank About Faith. She contributes a bimonthly religion and politics radio segment on Fairness Radio, and writes Femmevangelical columns for Patheos and the Huffington Post. Her latest book, Femmevangelical: The Modern Girl’s Guide to Good News, will be released this summer/fall.
Crumpton, who is based in New York City, is an ordained minister and pastoral associate of Park Avenue Christian Church. As a media commentator on faith and politics, she has been seen on Fox News Live, CNN’s Headline News, and Fox and Friends. She earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication at Samford University.
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