Christina Crenshaw

Dr. Christina Crenshaw is a professor, researcher, writer, and human trafficking fighter. She teaches faith and writing, vocational leadership, and human trafficking courses as a Lecturer at Baylor University. She has also co-published and presented on human trafficking curriculum research in peer reviewed journals and at academic conferences. Dr. Crenshaw recently completed a Cultural Engagement and Leadership Fellow with Dallas Theological Seminary’s Hendricks Center. For the last five years, Dr. Crenshaw has worked with several anti-trafficking organizations such as The A21 Campaign, UnBound Now, The Texas Governor’s Human Trafficking Task Force, The Heart of Texas Human Trafficking Coalition, and Operation Mobilization’s Freedom Climb. Prior to moving to Waco, TX, she lived in Southern California and held an Assistant Professor position in English and Education at California Baptist University. Dr. Crenshaw dedicated the first four years of her career to teaching as a high school English teacher. Those early experiences birthed a soft spot in her heart for vulnerable youth.

Ministry
Jul 7, 2020
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The Fight Against Human Trafficking In this cultural engagement chapel, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Christina Crenshaw discuss human trafficking, focusing on Crenshaw's anti-trafficking work. Note: This interview was...
Faith & Work
Feb 20, 2020
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Cultural Engagement: Human Trafficking Dr. Darrell Bock talks with Dr. Christina Crenshaw, lecturer of English at Baylor University, about engaging issues within society, not to simply help or solve problems, but to...
Faith & Work
May 14, 2019
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Mothers Working Outside the Home In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Drs. Andi Thacker, and Christina Crenshaw discuss various issues related to understanding working mothers.