I am the visiting assistant professor of ethics and society at Starr King School for the Ministry, a member school of the Graduate Theological Union, where I have taught since 2009.
I offer a warm introduction to academically rigorous material and real-world applications of new knowledge and skills.
My pedagogical style is responsive to feminist, queer, and liberatory methods. I embrace student input and self-reflection as I lead religious leaders in developing embodied, critical perspectives on issues that span multiple viewpoints, contexts, and concerns. I use dialogue, multimedia, and case study analysis to cultivate shared meaning that “sticks” with you — take what you learn in the classroom into your professional life and communities.
Courses Taught, 2009-2016
Introduction to Thea/ological Ethics
Community Intern Integrative Seminar
Dynamic Youth Ministry
Resilience & Resistance