Alicia Panganiban has been part of the Women’s Caucus leadership team since November 2012. She currently chairs the Emerging Scholars and Publishing Panel sessions. She also co-chairs the 1000 Women in Religion Project and the Dignity of Women Interfaith Wisdom Project. She completed her ThM at Princeton Theological Seminary and earned her M. Div. in Practical Theology with a dual concentration in Biblical Studies and Church & Ministry at Regent as an international student. She’s a teacher assistant for Old Testament and Hebrew professor, New Testament & Biblical Languages professor, and Practical Theology professor. Prior to her theological education, Alicia has been serving as a lay minister for more than 20 years--actively involved in campus ministry and home cell ministry right in the heart of Manila when Pentecostalism was rapidly expanding in the Global South. Alicia was an entrepreneur, the CEO of her own importation and service businesses while she served as lay minister. Alicia’s research interests include: theological and practical interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, women of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, pneumatic hermeneutics, pneuma praxis, and women scholars of theology and religion. Alicia has been married for 24 years and blessed to have three sons.