Emily TeKolste

Emily TeKolste is a temporary professed Sister of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. Originally from the Indianapolis area, she developed a passion for justice during her time as a student at Xavier University in Cincinnati and lived in the Indianapolis Catholic Worker community for three years before entering her community. She ministers (remotely) as grassroots mobilization coordinator for Network Lobby for Catholic Social Justice in Washington, D.C. Her other passions include soil carbon capture, growing things, and soccer.

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