Jennifer Davis Rash, President and Editor-in-Chief
Jennifer Davis Rash serves as president and editor-in-chief of The Alabama Baptist.
A native of Phil Campbell, Rash earned her associate’s degree from Northwest Community College, her bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Alabama and her master of theological studies from Beeson Divinity School at Samford University in Birmingham.
Rash came to TAB in January 1996 as a news writer and worked her way up to managing editor then executive editor before being named editor-elect in 2015 and then the first female editor of a major Baptist newspaper beginning Jan. 1, 2019. Throughout the years she has helped lead the editorial team to win more than 250 national awards.
While on staff at TAB, Rash has served in a variety of national and local leadership roles. She served as president of Baptist Communicators Association and vice president of Associated Church Press, two national organizations for professional Christian communicators, and in various positions with Religion Communicators Council, Evangelical Press Association and Alabama Press Association. She is currently president-elect of the Association of State Baptist Publications.
Before coming to TAB she served for two years with the International Mission Board and Caribbean Christian Publications.
She and her husband, Jason, are members of NorthPark Baptist Church, Trussville. Follow her @RashionalThts on Twitter or at www.rashionalthoughts.com To contact Jennifer Rash, email email@example.com