I’m a second generation Indian American author, speaker, and activist. I’m the Vice President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative and the Scholar in Residence at Hope Community Church, a minority-led multicultural church in East Austin that my husband, Aaron, and I co-planted.

I am passionate about breaking cycles of injustice in our country and helping inspire and equip the next generation to live out their callings at the intersection of their faith and culture. I am the author of Becoming All Things: How Small Changes Lead to Lasting Connections Across Cultures , and the co-author of the forthcoming book The Race-Wise Family: Ten Postures to Becoming Households of Healing and Hope. I have contributed to several book chapters including The Jesus I Wish I Knew in High School and Take Heart: 100 Devotions to Seeing God When Life's Not Okay.

I serve on the board for Redbud Writers Guild and am a writing fellow at Missio Alliance. My writings on faith and culture have been featured in Christianity Today, ERLC, The Gospel Coalition, Patheos, Faithfully Magazine, and more. You can also read my regular posts at (in)courage and Think Christian.

I live in Austin, TX with my husband and two amazing kids and in my free time I love to hike, play board games, and read Asian folklore.