minister of love
maven of magic
my values are integrity, creativity, and the divinity in all of us, and I invite you into a space of remembering and reclaiming your power.
*I call Denver, Colorado home, and intentionally acknowledge I reside on occupied ancestral lands of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, & Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute) peoples.
As I continue to work towards justice, I recognize the harm done by my ancestors and my own complicity.
What equips me to mirror back your love, truth, and divine calling?
Not only my personal healing path-- an elite education and years of training have co-created the minister and magic maker I am today!
I have a Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University, focused on science, metaphysical/indigenous spiritualities, and pastoral care, and an undergraduate degree in Diversity & Divinity from Regis University. I have previously served as the Spiritual Director at the Althea Center for Engaged Spirituality, and as a trauma chaplain at NYU Langone Medical Center, VCU Health, and continue to infuse chaplaincy into my leadership as Founder of The Faith Space.
In seminary, I studied metaphysics, the New Thought movement, Clinical Pastoral Education, out of the box theologies, systems theory, quantum physics, group relations, teaching, mysticism, radical rituals, death/dying, indigenous spiritualities, evolutionary biology, and eco-feminism. These disciplines have anchored me in my true calling: to assist humanity in becoming further aligned.
what i bring
As a woman who walks my talk, I bring to my clients:
First-hand experience learning and working in political, healthcare, and academic systems, as well as community organizing outside of a system.
Trauma-informed listening skills honed over 1000 clinical hours.
Strategic leadership utilizing dialogue, deliberation, and conflict transformation techniques.
Social justice praxis and proven commitment to fostering historically excluded voices.
Ministerial degree and track record of providing holistic care in diverse settings.
my interspiritual ministry
interspirituality: our personal faith journeys aren’t defined by labels of religion and are connected by a universal thread. Every path is different, just as every person is unique.
minister: someone who attends to the needs of humanity. Ritual crafting certainly attends to our deepest core needs, which is why I’ve dedicated my life to it.
If you are a member of a faith group, no worries! I have supported Catholic, Christian, Jewish, Mormon, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, New Thought, Bahá'í, Indigenous, Atheist, Agnostic, and Pagan communities as a facilitator of interreligious and intrareligious dialogue, leader and participant of ritual, and chaplain during traumatic transitions. My educational background provides a myriad of languages to speak with differing faith communities, and my life experiences and magic allow me to connect with folks who have left organized religion and now identify themselves as “spiritual, but not religious.”