I’m a reader, writer, and wannabe contemplative who is passionate about cultivating spaces for the hard and holy work of healing in relationship to God, self, and others, for the flourishing of all people and communities. Through my reading and writing, I explore matters of faith, justice, the Enneagram, and mental health. I’m a writer, teacher, speaker, and small group facilitator.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree in Education from TCU. I’ve been an elementary school teacher and a stay-at-home-mom. I’m a “baby seminarian” as a student at Fuller Theological Seminary.
I live in the Dallas area with my husband and two daughters, ages 6 and 10. I work part-time at Life in the Trinity Ministry, a nonprofit ministry founded by Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile and her husband, Reverend Joseph Stabile.
My antiracism journey has been greatly impacted by my involvement in an organization called Be the Bridge, which exists to increase awareness of and responsiveness to racial brokenness and systemic injustice. Over the past several years, I have co-led Be the Bridge groups and facilitated groups through Be the Bridge’s introductory curriculum for white people interested in antiracism.
I believe that owning our unconditional belovedness is crucial in order to be reconciled to one another. This is a communal, lifelong journey of becoming.
For inquiries about speaking engagements, contact me below.