Three lessons, three questions, and one recipe: reflections on cooking, community, and care.
Author: Meg G.
Meg’s background is at the intersection of higher education, dialogue, ministry, and the work for justice. While her work has varied, at the heart of it all is a belief in the power of relationships, storytelling, reflective practice, and good humor. Meg credits JVC and her Jesuit education (The College of the Holy Cross and Boston College’s School of Theology and Ministry) with forming her into the human she is today. She currently serves as an Associate with Essential Partners, a non-profit that fosters constructive dialogue where conflicts are driven by differences in identity, beliefs, and values. When Meg is home in Providence, Rhode Island you can find her cooking vegetarian food and hosting game nights and community dinners with her wife, Heather.