My Bio

I am a senior Religion major at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. I’m also a Philosophy and Psychology double-minor. I’m currently working on my senior thesis and finishing my degree.

Interfaith work is my passion! Over the summer, I interned at the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches, working with the Interfaith Youth Leadership Coalition and the Saint Paul Interfaith Network. Now, 2010 – 2011 will be my fourth year as the student leader of my campus interfaith organization (Multifaith Alliance)! This year, I will also be serving as a Fellow with the Interfaith Youth Core’s Fellows Alliance program and learning as a Mahle scholar.

After I graduate, I am planning on pursuing graduate religious studies. I’m currently delving into classical Greek, and I’m working on developing my focus in Judeo-Christian life and commitment.

Religious education is my goal, and interfaith activism is my vocation in life. I am utilizing my academic, research, and extracurricular involvements to change the way people think, talk, and feel about religion!

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