Dr. Amy Black Treier, is Professor of Political Science at Wheaton College and author of Five Views on the Church and Politics and Honoring God in Red or Blue: Approaching Politics with Humility, Grace, and Reason.
Chad Alcorn, Psy.D. With over 15 years as a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Chad Alcorn has extensive experience working with adolescents and adults in DuPage County. Based on his narrative as a boy growing up in Glen Ellyn, he understands all that is good and bad about this town. Chad published The Broken Superhero: Understanding Pride and Regulating Anger. In 2006, he opened Alcorn and Allison Clinical Associates with his good friend and colleague, Seth Allison, LCPC. He resides in Glen Ellyn, with his wife Rachel, and three children—Charlotte, Mira, and Soren. For better or worse, he has accepted suburban life including basketball at Healthtrack and golf at the Links with friends. He reads and plays harmonica. He likes dad- rock bands like Wilco.
Stephanie Fuchs, MA, LCPC received her MA from Wheaton College Graduate School in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with training emphases in child play therapy, family systems, and sexuality. A Southwest Florida native, Stephanie loves spending time outdoors as the Illinois weather permits and has some excellent bicycling accident stories to share. She is an avid listener of music and is continuously learning how to cook. With her deep love of travel, Stephanie had the opportunity to explore over ten countries and is looking forward to adding more to the list.
The Rev. Dr. Jennifer McNutt (Ph.D., St. Andrews) is Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity at Wheaton College, where she is the degree coordinator of the MA in the History of Christianity program. She is also an ordained Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and she currently serves as a Parish Associate at First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn.
Billy Cleary, MA is a graduate from Wheaton College’s Marriage and Family Therapy program and is working toward MFT licensure. His therapeutic expertise includes working with families, individuals, adolescents, and children to increase self-esteem, build awareness of one’s choices, and improve family relationships. His approach to therapy comes from a belief that humans are wired to be in relationship with others, and that creating a space to share disagreements, confusion, and struggles strengthens relational bonds. Billy lives with his wife, Emily, who he met while living in Japan. Additional loves in his life include coffee, studying different cultures, sports, and the outdoors.
The Rev. Dr. David McNutt (Ph.D., Cambridge) is an Associate Editor at IVP Academic, an imprint of InterVarsity Press, and a Guest Professor in the Biblical & Theological Studies Department at Wheaton College. He is also an ordained Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and he currently serves as a Parish Associate at First Presbyterian Church of Glen Ellyn.