David Vásquez-Levy serves as president of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California—a progressive, multidenominational seminary and center for social justice that prepares theologically and spiritually rooted leaders to work for the well-being of all. A committed pastor, visionary leader, nationally recognized immigration advocate, and sought-after speaker, Vásquez-Levy leads at the intersection of faith, higher education, and social change. With close to two decades of experience in higher education leadership, he brings innovative thinking and a deep passion about what theological education can offer the world. Vásquez-Levy regularly contributes a faith perspective to the national conversation on immigration and is the author of various publications that explore migration stories in sacred texts and in people's lives. He has lived in four countries and taught courses and led international study and service trips across the globe. His international experience has also included refugee resettlement work in Canada and studies at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich, Germany. Vásquez-Levy holds an MDiv and a DMin in preaching from Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.