About Me

A little about me…..I am a May, 2011 graduate of Earlham School of Religion, a Quaker seminary in Richmond, Indiana. I am an independent consultant for churches and small nonprofits (check the Arabesque Consulting page), and am a Friend of Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley, California (http://www.sksm.edu). I spend most of my time doing consulting work and doing research on the intersections of race, religion, and popular culture.

I have many friends, whom I probably don’t talk to enough.

In my spare time I watch TV, read books, crochet and anything else that strikes my fancy.

A native of St. Louis, Missouri, I travel often–almost exclusively by train.

11 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Ms.Kitty,
    I love your blog!
    I’m really enjoying Earlham so far and think it truly is the right place for me to be.
    I hope you’ll like reading what I post.

  2. Hi Kim–Just was reading debate about the UUA ads and saw you mentioned a Quaker school and wandered over here…I’m in my fifth semester at ESR, also UU, just not commuting to campus this term (I live four hours away). I’d LOVE to connect, though! My Earlham email is carviel


  3. Hi,

    I found your blog through a search for something Stanley Hauerwas related. You wrote that your intro. to theology professor was engaged in an ongoing argument with Hauerwas. I wondered whether you could tell me who the professor at Earlham is that you are referring to.

  4. Hi, Kim! 🙂
    Perhaps you recognize a fellow Pioneer? Catching up with you via the blog. Just what the world needs…an intelligent woman speaking her mind. 🙂 lol

  5. I rarely leave comments, but I browsed a few of the remarks here. Who Am I? East Of Midnight. If you are posting at other places, I’d like to keep up with you. Would you post a list of all of your shared sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

  6. Wow that’s a good work I really appreciate reading that I’m on a train might now. Any holiday go back to my reading I had to extra time widen say text of the article I know you didn’t get paid to write it.

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  8. My spouse and I stumbled over here from a different website and thought I should check things out.

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