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Emily Higgs lives in San Francisco, Calif., where she is currently working toward a policy-oriented MSW at University of California, Berkeley. She has served as the Continuing Revolution conference coordinator at Pendle Hill study center in Wallingford, Pa., since 2012. Emily is a member of Lancaster (Pa.) Meeting.Posted in: Features, September 2014
hat role does monthly meeting membership play in our understanding of faith and belonging? Can someone be a Quaker without […]
Emily Higgs is a member of Lancaster (Pa.) Meeting and lives in Philadelphia, Pa., where she is a part of the West Philadelphia Worship Group. Emily serves as the Director of Quaker Affairs for Haverford College, and is the Clerk of the Board of the Young Adult Friends Leadership Institute.Posted in: April 2012: Membership and the Generation Gap
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Mary Klein is a member of Palo Alto (CA) Monthly Meeting and works as a nonprofit communications consultant. In addition to Pacific Yearly Meeting’s Youth Program Coordinator Supervisory Committee, the following Friends contributed to this article: Cara Arcuni, Elizabeth Boardman, Anna-Lisa Chacon, Anthony Chang, Kate Connell, Nora Cooke, Robert Hinson, Rose Hinson, Sarah Rose House-Lightner, Lanny Jay, Nick McCormick, George Mills, Alyssa Nelson, Kate Watkins, and Steve Wolgast. The photos feature Jarod and Ray Rischpater.Posted in: April 2012: Membership and the Generation Gap