Nikki Toyama-Szeto directs the International Justice Mission's Institute for Biblical Justice and oversees Global Prayer. She also writes, speaks, and teaches on the intersection of faith and justice, and is the co-author of IJM's God of Justice, a curriculum for churches. Prior to joining IJM, Nikki worked with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for thirteen years. Most recently, she served as the program director of Urbana, InterVarsity’s international conference of 18,000 young adults from 120 countries. She has served on the board of Mission Year, an urban immersion program for young adults, and helped develop the program for 2010 Lausanne Global Congress.
Nikki Toyama-Szeto is the Director of the IJM Institute for Biblical Justice. She writes, speaks, and consults with various organizations as they try to grow in areas like justice, gender/race issues, and innovative approaches.
She's the editor and author of "More Than Serving Tea" a collection of essays investigating the intersection of race, gender, and spiritual for Asian American women. She also co-wrote "Partnering with the Global Church" with Femi Adeleye. She edited the "Urbana Onward" series, a collection of resources to help people take their Urbana Missions Conference experience home with them. Her latest book is "God of Justice" a 12-week study for individuals and churches, eager to take a deeper dive into scriptures to learn about God's heart for justice.