John D. Roth, project director
Mollee Moua, managing editor
Since 1985, John D. Roth has been a professor of history at Goshen College, where he also served as director of the Mennonite Historical Library and editor of The Mennonite Quarterly Review. He is also the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism at Goshen College and secretary of the Mennonite World Conference Faith and Life Commission. John has published widely on topics related to Anabaptist-Mennonite history and church life. Most recently, he accepted a position with MennoMedia as Project Director of Anabaptism at 500. John and his wife, Ruth, are the parents of four adult children and four grandchildren and are active members of Berkey Avenue Mennonite Fellowship in Goshen.
Mollee Moua is the Managing Editor of the Anabatism at 500 Project at MennoMedia. Previously she worked for Mennonite Church Eastern Canada as an administrative assistant, event coordinator and her last role as the Courageous Imagination Project Manager helped to lead the area conference through a strategic planning process. Mollee and her husband Johnny are parents to Lawrence, Theodore, Elliott and Oliver, and are members of First Hmong Mennonite Church in Kitchener, Ontario. Mollee recently completed her Masters of Theological Studies at Conrad Grebel University College.