Blyth is the Registrar at Starr King. She is a recent graduate from Pacific School of Religion where she received a Master of Divinity and the Paul Wesley Yinger preaching award. Before coming to Starr King she worked as the National Conference Coordinator for the Harm Reduction Coalition and the Director of Community Engagement at Riley Center: Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence.
Blyth is pursuing several ministry projects and is passionate about doing overdose prevention work with faith communities. She has travelled throughout the country with Naloxone Saves, a worship service she created that trains people how to recognize and reverse an opiate overdose. She is also the founder of Femminary, an online ministry with a working class, queer, femme, perspective. Her work in ministry focuses on reclaiming dignity by finding the Divinity in the profane.
Blyth was raised in northeast Ohio but has lived in the Bay Area for over a decade now.