Dr. David Kwon is Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at Seattle University. He received his PhD in moral theology from Boston College. He also holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins University and degrees in social work and social policy (AM/MSW) as well as MDiv from the University of Chicago and draws on his education and professional experience in these fields in his work as a social ethicist and theologian of intersectionality. His areas of teaching and research include the ethics of peace, business and environmental ethics, health care ethics, and, more recently, gender and racial justice, all of which he approaches from a global perspective. His first book Justice after War was published by Catholic University of America Press in Summer, 2023. He has published several writings on the topics of the intersections between race, gender and sexual violence, and class such as in the Journal of Catholic Social Thought, Journal of Society of Christian Ethics, Journal of Peace and Justice, Journal of Moral Theology, Journal of Interreligious Studies, as well as Asian American Theological Forum and other peer review journals and open access ones. Before joining Seattle, he was an assistant professor at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota where he was recognized with the College’s Student Senate teaching award in 2021. He enjoys the life of the Seattle community.