Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Conde-Frazier is Academic Dean and Vice President of Education at Esperanza College of Eastern University. Previously she was professor of religious education at the Claremont School of Theology and taught Hispanic Latino/a theology at the Latin American Bible Institute. She was also founder of the Orlando E. Costas Hispanic and Latin American Ministries Program at Andover Newton Theological School where she developed programs for ministers and lay leaders including youth. She is mentor to Latino/a scholars and leaders of the church and has written in the areas of multicultural education, practical theology, theological education, Christian higher education in the urban setting, Participatory action research, the spirituality of the scholar and Evangélica theology. Elizabeth has authored or co-authored the following books Latina Evangélica, A Many Colored Kingdom and Bible Institutes . One of her most recent writings is a bilingual book titled Listen to the Children: Conversations with Immigrant Families. A finalist in ForeWord Review’s 2011 Book of the Year awards, the book addresses the effects of immigration on children and shows how churches can make a difference. She has over ten years of experience as an ordained pastor and has been a bilingual teacher in the New York City school system. Dr. Conde-Frazier has a PhD from Boston College and her masters of divinity from Palmer Seminary.