Kim Conger

 

Kimberly H. Conger teaches political science and public administration at the University of Cincinnati. She is a national expert on religious activists in state level politics and the past president of the Religion and Politics Research Section of the American Political Science Association. Her current projects examine the influence of the Christian Right and Religious Left in lobbying and political advocacy, and investigate the role of religious activism in reducing political inequalities in the U.S. She received her PhD from Ohio State and a BA in Political Science from Wheaton College (IL). She lives in Oxford, Ohio with her husband and their two elementary schoolers (and one bad dog).