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Interested in learning more about Pacific School of Religion? Join us for a conversation featuring three of PSR’s prominent women alumnx in honor of Women’s History month!

Panelists will share about their time at PSR, their paths to theological education, and their current vocations. Prospective students will have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the alumnx panelists.

Rev. Christine Haider-Winnett (MDiv ’15) is an ordained Roman Catholic Womanpriest and a Commissioned and Endorsed Minister with the Federation of Christian Ministries. She holds a Master of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion, a BA in Peace and Global Studies from Earlham College, and a Certificate in Women’s Studies in Religion from the GTU. Christine serves as Palliative Care and Inpatient Hospice Chaplain at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.

Rev. Allison Mark (MDiv ’07) is senior pastor of Faith United Methodist Church, a historically Japanese American congregation. Mark is a Bread for the World activist and former Hunger Justice Leader. She is an energetic worker for justice and deeply engaging in the world. Mark holds a Master of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion and is ordained an elder in the United Methodist Church.

The Revda. Rhina Ramos (MDiv ’03) was ordained a pastor by the United Church of Christ (UCC) with the call to initiate and lead the first UCC Spanish Open Doors ministry to the LGBTQ community in Oakland in 2011. She graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in 1995, then received an M.D. in Theology and Divinity from the Pacific School of Religion in 2003. Rhina is an experienced community organizer, having led programs and campaigns in the issues of educational equity, labor rights, human rights of the LGBTQI community, international solidarity with El Salvador and prevention of domestic violence. 

 

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