Rachel Myslivy

Rachel Myslivy holds a master's degree in Religious Studies and a graduate certificate in Environmental Studies. Her research focuses on the intersection of religion and ecology as seen in religious communities in Kansas. She is working to expand the scope of the Green Sisters in Kansas Oral History Project and eventually publish the collected stories. Myslivy is a program director for the Climate + Energy Project, co-founder of the Kansas Women’s Environmental Network, Green Team coordinator for St. John Catholic School, and a volunteer for the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale. She lives with her family on a diversified farm in Jefferson County where they raise vegetables and fruits, sheep, chickens and bees with the goal of self-sufficiency. Rachel is the proud mother of two strong young women and is personally driven by the goal of leaving the world a better place for her daughters and all future generations.