Bethany Hoang served as IJM’s Director of the Institute for Biblical Justice. Bethany leads the ongoing development and application of IJM’s biblical justice theology. She engages Christian leaders around the world and regularly speaks and writes on IJM’s behalf.
Bethany joined IJM in 2004, and in her previous role she led the vision and execution of IJM’s Global Prayer Gathering. Her first book, Deepening the Soul for Justice, introduces the critical connection between spiritual formation and persevering in the work of justice.
Bethany has been profiled for her leadership in the justice movement by Christianity Today, Outreach! and Relevant, as well as by organizations such as Catalyst and Ideation. She is a member of the Advisory Board for U.S. Lausanne and served as a Delegate for the 2010 Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization in Cape Town, South Africa.
Bethany holds a B.A. in Religion and History from Miami University of Ohio, and a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, where she received the distinguished Fellowship in Theology.