I’m an ENFJ and so, of course, I love to teach and I love to tell stories.
I earned a BA in International Studies from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. I also hold a Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary where I studied under James Cone, Cornel West, and many other influencers in the fields of theology, social justice, and world religions. Currently, I’m writing my dissertation (working title: Sabbath as Transformative Practice) toward the completion of a Doctor of Ministry at Boston University School of Theology.
As a seeker who has meditated with yogis in the Himalayas, sought visions in the Peruvian Andes, and encountered holiness through spiritual practices, I work with each practitioner to cultivate a life that is attuned to the spiritual life.
I’ve written books about theology, urban ministry, and even a children’s book, Last Stop on the Z Train.
The areas where I feel called to speak and teach include the following:
- Radical Spirituality
- Sabbath as Transformative Practice
- Urban Ministry
- The Importance of Interfaith Experience
- The religious history of NYC
- Intentional Community
- Liberation Theologies
- Diversity that Makes a Difference
- Racial Reconciliation as Spiritual Discipline
- And more….