Women in Ministry Panel

On February 2, in the Sperry Room, Andover Hall, four recent graduates spoke about their experiences as women working in a variety of forms of ministry, and about their hopes for future generations of women ministers. The panel included:

  • Rev. Dr. Gloria White-Hammond, MDiv '97, pastor, Bethel AME Church, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, pediatrician, South End Community Heath Center, anti-slavery activist, and co-founder of My Sister's Keeper

  • Liz Walker, MDiv '05, award-winning television journalist, ordination candidate in the AME church, anti-slavery activist, and co-founder of My Sister's Keeper

  • Rev. Elizabeth Myer-Boulton, MDiv '02 (University of Chicago Divinity School), pastor-developer of Hope Church (Disciples of Christ/UCC), Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

  • Jordie Gerson, MTS '04, an educator, writer on interfaith and human rights issues, and rabbinical student at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City