Ken Wytsma, Business Strategist
Ken Wytsma serves as a Justice Advocate and Business Strategist at Passage Immigration.
Ken is an author, speaker and creative known for his work in social justice and leadership development. He is the founder of The Justice Conference holding events in over twelve countries that bring together thousands of people to discuss issues related to poverty, immigration, and other forms of injustice. He was also the founder of Kilns College, a Christian liberal arts college in Bend, Oregon, where he served as a professor of philosophy.
Ken is the author of several books, including "Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things," "The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege," (named one of the top 5 religion books of the year by Publishers Weekly), and "Create vs. Copy: Embrace Change, Ignite Creativity, Break Through with Imagination." He is a frequent speaker at conferences, universities, and churches, addressing topics such as leadership, social justice, and spiritual formation.
In addition to his work in ministry, writing, and teaching, Ken has an extensive background in entrepreneurship and business strategy. He has founded several organizations, including Antioch Church, which he led for over a decade, and The Justice Conference while also serving as a creative director for World Relief and business development strategist for various companies.
As a second generation American, Ken's passion for immigrants and refugees along with his creative gifts help Passage Immigration tell our story better and build better systems for the clients we love to serve.