Jennie (she/her) brings over fifteen years of experience in various social justice-focused spaces — from non-profits to community organizing to international coalitions — because her faith calls her to action and accountability. She has worked in development to support those doing the nitty-gritty project work, and enjoys the behind-the-scenes role this allows her to play. Jennie received her Master of Divinity from Phillips Theological Seminary in 2019 and has over six years of experience as a spiritual care provider to college students, hospital patients, domestic violence survivors, and more. She is seeking ordination with the United Church of Christ.
Jennie lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She attended Smith College, where she received her BA in the Study of Women and Gender with a concentration in Race and Class. She lives with her spouse, kiddos, dogs, and cats in a log cabin in the woods. She loves to garden, break generational curses, read murder mysteries, and see her family’s faces light up with joy.