Katelyn Beaty

Katelyn Beaty is author of A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World (Simon & Schuster) and an editor at large at Christianity Today magazine. During her nine years at the magazine, she served as the youngest and first female print managing editor and co-founded the popular women's website Her.meneutics. She has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic and has appeared on CNN, CBS, NPR, the Associated Press, Religion News Service, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. A Midwest native and graduate of Calvin College, she currently serves on the board of HOPE International, a Christ-centered microlending nonprofit. She's passionate about using the written and spoken word to empower and equip women to live out the gospel in all spheres of life.

Topics Include
Women + Work I Faith + Culture I Publishing + Writing
Possible Formats
Keynote I Panel I Retreat

Past Engagements

  • Q Ideas
  • Princeton Theological Seminary
  • The Denver Institute for Faith and Work
  • The Festival of Faith and Writing 
  • Biola University 
  • Evangelical Christian Publishers Association
  • HOPE International

Travel Info

Departing From:
Chicago, IL



Katelyn provides a strong theological foundation that encourages us all to step into all that God has called us to do. She shows us the sacred value of work and that biblically and historically, women have always been involved in God’s mission.
— Christine Caine, founder of Propel Women and A21 Campaign
Katelyn Beaty opens our eyes to the central place work has for every image bearer of God.
— Tom Nelson, President, Made to Flourish