Scott Bolinder recently retired from Biblica, capping off a 37-year career in Christian publishing where he served in executive roles at Christianity Today, Zondervan, and Biblica. While serving as Biblica’s Executive Vice President in 2014, Scott was instrumental in establishing the Institute for Bible Reading. He also currently serves on several non-profit boards: Theological Book Network, Jerusalem University College, Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, and Twelve12: Hope. Scott currently lives in Grand Rapids, MI.
Paul Caminiti has been a cultural innovator for the Bible for over two decades. As the Bible Publisher at Zondervan and Vice President of Bible Engagement at Biblica, he helped launch The Bible in 90 Days, The Story, and Community Bible Experience. His interviews have appeared in: Newsweek, The New Yorker, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and NBC News. Paul currently lives in Hudsonville, MI.
Alex Goodwin joined the Institute as a project manager in 2014 when it was a part of Biblica. During his time at Biblica he helped develop resources for Community Bible Experience and built new communications platforms while managing projects ranging from a scholars forum in Chicago to a Bible research partnership in the UK. Alex currently lives in Breckenridge, CO.
Glenn Paauw has worked in Bible ministry for 28 years publishing, researching, speaking and writing on the topic of reading and living the Bible well. He led the development of the revolutionary The Books of the Bible format that uncovers the natural literary form of the Scriptures, which served as the foundational piece of the Community Bible Experience church program. His book Saving the Bible from Ourselves (2016) is available from InterVarsity Press. Glenn currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO.