Ayize Jama-Everett (b.1974) holds three Master’s degrees: Divinity, Psychology, and in Fine Arts, Writing. He blends these degrees in all his work, often identifying as a guerilla theologian, a community-based therapist, and an afro-futurist in the same breath. He’s taught at Starr King School for the Ministry, California College of the Arts, The University of… Read More
(Dr.) Octavio Pascal Carrasco is an historian of American culture and music with special interest in the processes of social change, cultural resistance, and the religious imagination. As an undergraduate student at Princeton University, he worked with Cornel West, exploring the religious dimensions of Tupac Shakur’s music and death. He completed his Master’s Degree at… Read More
The Reverend Pamela D. Hancock (She/Her/Hers) is an ordained Interfaith Minister, Priestess of the Sisters of Moon and Snow Coven, and holds an MDiv. from Starr King School for the Ministry (2015). She is a doctoral candidate in Depth Psychology with a focus in Jungian and Archetypal Studies from the Pacifica Graduate Institute, expected to… Read More
Rev. Katrina Leathers is the Dean of Interfaith Studies at the Chaplaincy Institute. For more information, see here.
Kerry Brady, MA, SEP, is a trauma-informed educator, wilderness guide and deep ecologist who integrates Earth wisdom traditions, contemporary science and somatic resiliency work to support the sustained and embodied shift necessary to create a regenerative future. She is the founder and director of Ecology of Awakening, which offers programs that support us in individually… Read More
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Kim Hampton, an alum of Texas Woman’s University and Earlham School of Religion, is a consultant working with churches and small nonprofits. Currently co-editing a book on theological perspectives on the MCU movie “Black Panther,” Kim splits her time between St. Louis and Boston.
The Rev. Dr. Maria Cristina Vlassidis Burgoa is originally from Chile and has lived in New York, Boston, and recently moved to Hayward, California. She is an ordained Unitarian Universalist Minister and serves the Starr King UU Church in Hayward as their settled Minister. She holds a Th.D. and an M. Div. degree from Harvard… Read More
Rev. Julie Taylor specializes in critical incident response, trauma, and disaster spiritual care. A Unitarian Universalist Community Minister in final fellowship living in St. Louis, Julie serves as a chaplain with the New York Air National Guard (Captain) and as an adjunct professor at the Starr King School of Ministry, Meadville Lombard Theological School and… Read More
Roger Jones has served larger and smaller congregations in the Midwest, New England, and Northern California as a ministerial intern, solo parish minister, interim minister, family and associate minister, and senior minister. Prior to ministry he served the State of Illinois as a budget analyst, capital financing specialist, grants manager, and social services coordinator. He… Read More