Janna Louie is an American Baptist minister currently serving graduate students and faculty in Southern California. As an ordained clergy, she is committed to working alongside community organizers in efforts that move our society towards racial and economic justice. She was born and raised in Chicago and is a daughter of immigrants from Hong Kong. After completing her M.Div. at Fuller Theological Seminary, she received the Parish Pulpit Fellowship and studied sociopolitical engagement through preaching in Southeast Asia. She was also awarded the David Allan Hubbard Award and continues to create integrated spaces for current seminarians by serving as a group facilitator and teaching assistant. She was an expositor at IFES 2019 World Assembly in South Africa. She directed various preaching courses and has preaching experience throughout the United States, South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Viet Nam, and Thailand. She currently lives in Los Angeles. In her spare time, she enjoys running, cooking, and learning to grow her own vegetables.