I was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee and, since graduating from high school, I've called many places home, including Cincinnati, Central America, West Virginia, Boston, and Seattle. I have a Master's of Theological Studies from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and a Bachelor of Arts in Theology from Xavier University in Ohio.
Prior to working at the Catholic Climate Covenant, I worked as Campus Minister for Retreats at Seattle University, supported families of women experiencing incarceration, conducted research on collective memory in El Salvador, and accompanied students on international immersions at the intersection of faith and justice in Latin America. I'm passionate about supporting the emergence of the widespread ecological conversion of hearts called for by Pope Francis in Laudato Si’. In my free time, I enjoy playing music, getting outside, and writing.