Nikki A. Toyama-Szeto is executive director of Christians for Social Action (CSA), where she helps Christians have a faith-fuleed engagement with social issues. Previously, she served as senior director of biblical justice integration and mobilization at International Justice Mission (IJM) in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining IJM, Nikki worked with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for twelve years, including serving as program director for InterVarsity's Urbana Student Missions Convention. She is the coauthor of Partnering with the Global Church and More Than Serving Tea.
Toyama-Szeto has written on justice, leadership, gender issues, and social justice for various magazines and other publications. Her work was profiled on NPR's "On Point," as well as Outreach Magazine, Christianity Today, and Rejuvenate Magazine. She is the coeditor of More than Serving Tea and coauthor of Partnering with the Global Church and The God of Justice: IJM Institute's Global Church Curriculum. She lives in the D.C. metro area with her family.