Kathy Khang is the author of the forthcoming book, Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up. She is a speaker, journalist, and activist with expertise in the issues of gender, ethnicity, justice and leadership development. She has worked in campus ministry for more than twenty years. She is a columnist for Sojourners magazine, a writer for Faith & Leadership, and a coauthor of More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith. In this episode of RePlacing Church, she joins me to discuss:
The importance of ‘learning to use your voice'
Recognizing your privilege, even as an outsider
How we can be aware of and turn down the imposter syndrome
Lessons learned from speaking too soon
How raising your voice can articulate hope for others
Why good leaders see the potential in other people's voices as much as their own