Rev. Dr. Lindsey Trozzo (Jodrey)
Associate Director of Digital Learning
I am a teacher at heart, and I earned a PhD in New Testament from Baylor in 2016. In my new role, I am excited to enrich learning for current students, enhance teaching for faculty, support departments in their work, and engage the broader community in digital learning.
I’ve taught at several universities and seminaries, in face-to-face, online, and hybrid contexts. I care deeply about theological education, particularly how it helps us to consider the ways biblical interpretation affects the lived experiences of all people, especially those who have been oppressed or ostracized by the Bible or the Church.
I’m an ordained minister in the Alliance of Baptists and a Theologian in Residence at Kingston UMC. I spend most of my free time with my spouse, Deborah, who recently completed a dual MDiv/MACEF at PTS and is now working on a grant project researching what values lead some churches to thrive. You’ll usually find us eating good food, playing board games, or walking with our pups.