Dr. Kimberlee A. (“K-lee”) Johnson is an educator, activist, advocate, preacher, and clergy leader. She serves on the faculty at Eastern University and is the Director of the Center for Community Engagement, as well as Director of the Prison Education Program. She is also the founder and leader of The Fellowship of Women Clergy, an organization that ministers to ministers by providing a setting for the intentional and mutual edification of women clergy. Her devotion to Christ and commitment to loving her neighbor have fueled decades of social justice activities, particularly advocacy work for youth and criminal justice system changes. She is a member of the Coalition for Juvenile Justice and volunteers for Philadelphia organizations, such as the Philadelphia Bail Fund, which address the problem of mass incarceration. Her range of ministry experience has touched people of all ages, walks of life, and many cross-cultural contexts. Her passions are preaching, gardening, and traveling.