Cathy grew up in Connecticut, graduating from the University of Connecticut with her B. S. and M.S.W., her doctorate from the Hunter School of Social Work, and her M.Div. from Drew University’s Theological School.
“I am seriously overeducated.”
She was a social worker but had wanted to be a priest since childhood. She pursued ordination after the church opened its doors to women clergy.
“Most of my adult role models were from the church.”
She and her husband moved here after they visited and fell in love with the area, and Cathy has done supply and interim work throughout the Diocese since then.
Five Fast Facts:
Mountains or beach – Mountains
Duke, State, UNC – “I reserve the right to decide until I’ve been here a year.”
Final meal would be – Yogurt and all kinds of crazy fresh fruit
Favorite hymn and non-hymn – “O Praise Ye the Lord” and Backstreet Boys “The Call”
Something folks at St. Paul’s would be surprised to learn – Besides that she is an amateur boxer? She’s spent part of her summer for 20 years working on homes in Appalachia and is a plumbing expert.