Setting Ourselves Free: A UU Theology of Liberation Jennifer Kelleher, Candidate for the Unitarian Universalist Ministry
Society can trap us. We are born into systems and structures of which, sometimes, we feel we have no control--especially when it comes to issues of race and ethnicity. How do our Unitarian Universalist values play into our day-to-day lives as we live within these constraints? How do we break free?
Jennifer is a life-long UU, a recent graduate of Meadville Lombard Theological School, and just completed a ministerial internship with the Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill, NJ. Jennifer begins a residency as a Chaplain at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia this fall and hopes to enter congregational ministry in the near future. Prior to professional ministry, Jennifer held a decade-long career in pharmaceutical marketing and has also worked in public relations and as a television news reporter. She was raised in Plymouth, MA and has family in the Concord, NH area.