Jen Pollock Michel contributed an essay to Christianity Today about her conversion from an egalitarian to a complementarian Christian. She lives in Toronto, Canada.
Rachel Kohl Finegold is one of the first ordained women to graduate from Yeshiva Maharat, an Orthodox Jewish rabbinate school for women. She is director of education and spiritual enrichment at Congregation Shaar Hashomayim in Quebec, Canada.
Jules Hart is the director of the 2011 documentary Pink Smoke Over the Vatican, about Roman Catholic Womenpriests and the fight for women’s ordination in the Catholic Church. She is based in Carmel, Calif.
Christine Hassenstab is an American woman and ordained Womanpriest who runs a “huskirke” (house church) in Trondheim, Norway. She focuses on social justice issues around the Roma peoples in Norway.
Kathleen Kunster is an ordained Womanpriest who lives in the Sonoma County area of California.
Ordain Women is a grassroots organization that works for the ordination of women in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. One of its co-founders, Kate Kelly, was excommunicated in June 2014 for her activism. Ordain Women has multiple spokespersons. Contact via the website.
FutureChurch is an organization that advocates for the ordination of women within the Catholic Church. The group is based in Lakewood, Ohio. Deborah Rose-Milavec is its executive director.
Linda L. Belleville is an adjunct professor of New Testament at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, a Christian liberal arts school associated with Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Mich. She contributed a chapter in support of women in ministry to the book Two Views on Women in Ministry.