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Ginger Monroe

Ginger Monroe is a scholar of religion and social media from Kokomo, Indiana. She recently graduated with a Master’s of Theological Studies degree from Boston University’s School of Theology. She is a former graduate of Gonzaga University where she studied communications and Spanish, with minors in women’s and gender studies; and solidarity and social justice. In her free time she loves to travel, spend time outside, watch excessive amounts of Netflix, bury herself in a good book or spend quality time with her friends. You can probably find her at a coffee shop on most Saturdays, where she gets all of her most important words onto their pages.

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