Dr. Kincaid teaches courses in fundamental and applied Moral Theology and Christian Ethics, as well as courses on political theology, justice, the common good, and professional ethics. Her research interests include Thomistic virtue ethics, natural law, Catholic Social Teaching, work and vocation, and the Spanish Scholastics. Dr. Kincaid is especially excited about exploring the relationship between law, business ethics, and moral theology, as well as connecting moral theology to on-the-ground challenges in parishes and professional settings. Her current projects include a monograph retrieving Francisco Suárez, SJ’s theological jurisprudence and a textbook on virtue and professional ethics. Dr. Kincaid’s ecclesial involvement includes service on the local and national level. During her doctoral studies at the University of Notre Dame, she was selected as an Episcopal Church Foundation Fellow. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Corporation of the Anglican Theological Review. Dr. Kincaid has written popular articles and blog posts for publications such as The Living Church, Christianity Today, and America Magazine. She is a frequent speaker at academic conferences and ecclesial events. Dr. Kincaid grew up in Dallas, Texas. Before beginning her studies in theology, she practiced law, worked in private equity, and served as a campus minister for graduate students. These professional experiences inform both her teaching and her research. She is married to Fr. Thomas Kincaid, and they have two children.