I spent 5 hours in the last few weeks in the infusion clinic, while a machine, tubes, needles, and gravity worked together to slowly drip artificial minerals into my body, replenishing what apparently my body cannot produce on its own. I have many, many reasons to be angry and frustrated […]
I’m an anthropologist and a writer, working at the intersections of social science, spirituality, and social change. I have 30 years of experience in the non-profit sector, as well as academic training in Cultural and Medical Anthropology and Public Health.
I do evaluation, assessments, applied research, writing, and editing to help scholars, social justice organizations, and spiritual innovators tell the stories of the work you’re doing.
I am an award-winning writer and essayist, exploring the messy complexities of this human journey. I write most often about religion, health, and ritual. My recent personal essays are about mourning as a Jewish woman.