Eileen Kinch is digital editor at Anabaptist World. She lives near Tylersport, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two cats. She studied writing as ministry at Earlham School of Religion. She divides her time between the Mosaic Mennonite Conference communication team and Anabaptist World.
Juan Moya serves as the digital strategist of Anabaptist World. He currently lives in Florida and is married to Mariana Cardenas. Juan studied multimedia communications and graphic design at Goshen College and then pursued a postgraduate degree as a branding and strategic communication specialist in Colombia. His parents served as missionaries with Mennonite Mission Network from 2000 to 2015 in Ecuador.
Danielle Klotz is executive director of Anabaptist World. She lives in Goshen Indiana with her partner Nata and their sons Francesco and Willow. Dani previously worked in marketing, communications and development at Mennonite Mission Network. She is an alumna of both Hesston College and Goshen College, and served for a year with Mennonite Mission Network in Brazil.
Jennie Wintermote splits her day-time hours between the Western District Conference Resource Library in North Newton, Kansas and Anabaptist World. In her evening hours she loves caring for her family and supporting women impacted by betrayal trauma. She is a member of First Mennonite Church in Newton, Kansas.
Tim Huber is associate editor at Anabaptist World. He worked at Mennonite World Review since 2011. A graduate of Tabor College, he and his wife Heidi Huber served with Mennonite Central Committee in Germany, where the first of their three children were born. His family attends Shalom Mennonite Church in Newton, Kan.
Paul Schrag is editor of Anabaptist World. He lives in Newton, Kan., attends First Mennonite Church of Newton and is married to Wendy. They have two adult daughters, Abby Koch and Becca Schrag. He was on the staff of Mennonite World Review for 32 years, serving as editor since 1996.