Gail and her family relocated to Seattle in 2009 from Durham, N.C. Her passion is to prophetically call people, groups and organizations to become all that God says they are, through the lens of identity, leadership development and discipleship. As a second-generation Korean American, formed in the Korean immigrant and Black Pentecostal traditions, Gail considers it a privilege to serve as the president of her denomination’s Asian Pastor’s Association. She seeks to faithfully embody advocacy and justice surrounding issues of race and gender within the life of the church. Gail is an ordained minister in the Evangelical Covenant Church and earned an MDiv from Duke Divinity School and a bachelor's degree in music from The Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. Gail, her husband Brian, and their three sons reside in Seattle.
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