Dr. Nicole Symmonds is the Visiting Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at McAfee School of Theology. She earned her B.S. in Journalism from Florida A&M University (2002), an M.Div. with a focus in theology and ethics at the Candler School of Theology (2013), and a Ph.D. in Ethics & Society from Emory University (2021). Dr. Symmonds’s research interests include Christian anti-trafficking work, womanist responses to commercial sex work, sexual ethics in popular culture and society, and Christian social ethics and ethnography. She has a co-authored article in the Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics and a forthcoming chapter publication with Routledge. Dr. Symmonds holds membership in the American Academy of Religion, the Society of Christian Ethics, and the Black Catholic Theological Symposium.