Dr. Christina Crenshaw a former visiting fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. She is a professor, researcher, writer, and human trafficking fighter. She is also an advocate for the integration of faith and culture. Dr. Crenshaw is an interdisciplinary educator. She earned a PhD in Education with an emphasis in English from Baylor University. She has nearly 20 years of experience with both secondary and post-secondary education. For 15 years, she has taught English, Education, and Leadership Studies courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. She taught as an Assistant Professor at California Baptist University and as a full-time Lecturer at Baylor University, where she currently teaches.

Dr. Crenshaw frequently speaks on human trafficking prevention at academic conferences and workshops. She has spoken at The Texas Governor’s Human Trafficking Task Force, Shared Hope International, Point Loma Nazarene University, The University of Nebraska, The University of Texas, Texas Education Agency Region 11,12, 13 and several other educational venues and organizations.