Amber Lewis gained experience in bridging divides between religious groups in conflict as an undergraduate student at Utah Valley University (UVU). She served as a council-member for the UVU’s Interfaith Student Council in 2014 and participated in events and dialogues that brought together participants from varying groups. Amber has continued in the field of peacebuilding by pursuing a Master’s Degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, with expected graduation in Spring of 2020. Her research interests include understanding the role that religion can play in motivating and mediating conflict, as well as finding ways to bridge political divides, while promoting respectful civil discourse. She currently works as an online ESL teacher to children in China.