I've wanted to be a minister since I was four years old. How grateful I am that dreams do come true! I love Unitarian Universalism for all the ways it makes more justice and more beauty in the world.
Of course, it's not a perfect movement, but it turns out that neither the movement nor its people have to be perfect to be awesome.
Visiting Curra's in Austin, Texas before the DRUUMM (Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries) yearly gathering. Te quiero mucho means, "I love you very much". [Theresa leaning against a blue brick wall, painted so that a person can stand in front of a tall pair of angel wings. They are smiling.]
Academics and work
\I've been a teacher and a lawyer. Now, I am a minister. Sometimes people ask me how these three things fit together. Each of these has been a way for me to engage with people, with transformation, and with the goal of making the world a better place.