I am an experienced researcher and content manager with an interest in simplifying complex topics to increase dialogue and understanding, while extending the boundaries of inclusion in public discourse. My areas of passion and expertise include religion, public policy and higher education.
My academic research has focused primarily on religion as I believe it to be a foundation for the way people think about themselves, in relation to each other, and the world. Through various communication platforms, I engage scholars and practitioners in collaborative processes that interrogate the role of religion and community in advancing social and economic issues.
I completed my Master’s in Theological Studies from Harvard University and a graduate of Wellesley College. I’m an ATLien hibernating in Chiberia.