The Reverend Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest serving as Chaplain at St Augustine's at Vanderbilt University, and founder of Magdalene & Thistle Farms, a community and social enterprise that stands with women recovering from violence, prostitution, addiction and life on the streets. Magdalene, the residential model, serves women for two years at no cost to residents. Thistle Farms employs 35 residents and graduates who manufacture, market and sell all natural bath and beauty products in over 200 retail stores across the globe. Stevens is the author of eight books and has been featured on NPR, PBS, CNN, Huffington Post, Southern Living, Christian Century, and Victoria Magazine. She was named "Nashvillian of the Year" and "Tennessean of the Year" by the Nashville Scene and The Tennessean respectively. In 2010, she became the youngest and first female recipient of The University of the South's "Distinguished Alumnus" award. Most recently, Stevens was named by the White House' as one of 15 Champions of Change. She was named the 2011 Social Entrepreneur of the year in Nashville, TN and has received awards from the Frist Foundation and the Academy of Women of Achievement. To date, she has raised more than $13 million for the organizations she supports. Her latest books are Funeral for a Stranger and a walking Bible study series, The Path of Peace, Justice and Love. Stevens lives in Nashville with her husband, Grammy-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon, and their three sons.