Maria Liu Wong is provost of City Seminary of New York, where she codirects the Ministry in the City Hub and the Walls-Ortiz Gallery and Center. A senior fellow with the "Theological Education Between the Times" project, her research interests include lifelong and transformative learning, learning cities, mentoring, action research, women and leadership, diversity, place and arts-based pedagogies, youth and urban theological education. She is coauthor of Stay in the City: How Christian Faith is Flourishing in an Urban World (Eerdmans). Forthcoming books include Sense the City and On Becoming Wise Together: Learning and Leading in the City. Wong is a member of and a fellowship group leader at Redeemer Presbyterian Church Downtown. An educator and researcher in adult learning, leadership, and urban theological education, she earned an MA and her EdD from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an MA from Westminster Theological Seminary.