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Ann completed her doctorate in International Feminist Theologies from the San Francisco Theological Seminary (University of California-Berkeley). She earned her Masters in Divinity with a focus on liberation theologies from Yale University and her B.A. in Peace and Global Studies from Earlham College. In 2000, she completed a certificate program in Intercultural Communication. Prior to joining the CGEE staff in 1993, Ann worked in the ecumenical campus ministry at Penn State University and in a refugee camp in El Salvador during the civil war there. She has also worked with several different organizations as a full-time activist advocating women’s rights, human rights, LGBT rights, and changes in U.S. domestic and foreign policy. Her academic interests are in the areas of critical, experiential, and feminist pedagogies; intercultural communication; liberation theologies; and women’s studies. She enjoys traveling, hiking, reading novels, and participating in several community organizations. Ann is a dual citizen of Mexico and the United States.