Gail DeGeorge became editor of Global Sisters Report in January 2016. She lives near Washington, D.C., and has spent much of her career reporting on economic, business and labor market issues for national and regional publications. She's taught eighth grade and Confirmation classes for more than 10 years at parishes in South Florida and Silver Spring, Maryland, helped revitalize the Rosary Guild ministry at St. Bonaventure in Davie, Florida, and served on the parish council, volunteered at a food pantry and other parish activities.

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Sister signals concern about loss of shareholder power

At a recent conference, Sr. Pat Daly said that new proposed SEC rules could hamper the ability of smaller shareholders to push for change, while other experts promoted the next tier of impact investing that moves beyond divestment and focuses on social and environmental change.

In Lusaka and LA, sisters exchange ideas on improving ministries

Religious sisters, grantees and partners convened in the U.S. and in Zambia for the Hilton Foundation's discussion of ways to achieve the goals of its Catholic Sisters Strategic Initiative Strategy.

Introducing GSR in the Classroom, adapting sisters' stories for students

Today, we're pleased to introduce GSR in the Classroom, a supplementary curriculum that adapts articles and columns for use in Catholic middle and high schools and faith formation programs. 

Chittister: The model of Jesus the healer is only half the Christian dispensation

Challenging women religious and those who speak on their behalf to be prophetic voices, Benedictine Sr. Joan Chittister provided a clear call to counter forces that perpetuate the problems of poverty, injustice and inequality in the world and the church in her keynote address at the Communicators for Women Religious (CWR) conference.

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