Karen B. Montagno


Rev, Karen B. Montagno

E-mailkmontagno@eds.edu
Address99 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 2138
Phone617-868-3450
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Dean of Students and Community Life, Episcopal Divinity School

B.S.S.W., Ohio State University,
M.A., The Ohio State University,
M.Div., Virginia Theological Seminary,

The Rev. Karen B. Montagno, in her role as Dean of Students and Community Life, combines her administrative leadership skills with a deep commitment to social justice and moral imperatives of Jesus Christ. Her areas of expertise include higher education administration, student services, counseling, pastoral care, and anti-oppression group work.

Dean Montagno is an active member of the wider church community, serving as board member of Episcopal Relief and Development, vice chair of Episcopal City Mission, chaplain to the Massachusetts Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians, and member of the Diocese of Massachusetts Commission on Ministry and colleague, House of Bethany: The Society of the Sisters of St. Anne’s. She also serves as priest associate at Christ Church, Cambridge. Dean Montagno’s publications include “Spirituality,” “Called by Jesus,” “Peace and Justice,” and “What is Evil” in Episcopal Curriculum for Youth (Morehouse). Among her research interests are pastoral and ministerial formation, art and the sacred, and African-American religious traditions.

Education: BSSW, MA, The Ohio State University; MDiv, Virginia Theological Seminary.

Current positions: Priest Associate, Christ Church, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Massachusetts Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians; Vice Chair of the Executive Committee, Episcopal City Mission; Board member for Episcopal Relief and Development; Dean of Students and Community Life, EDS; EDS faculty, 1998-present.

Past positions: Program Manager, The University Office of Continuing Education, and Program Administrator for Continuing Education Minority Programs, The University Office of Continuing Education, The Ohio State University; Chaplain, Georgetown University Hospital; Curate, St. Matthew’s, Westerville, Ohio; Assistant to the Dean, The Anglican Academy, Diocese of Southern Ohio; currently Priest Associate, Christ Church, Cambridge; Chaplain to the Massachusetts Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians; and Vice Chair, Episcopal City Mission>

Publications include: “Spirituality,” “Called by Jesus,” “Peace and Justice,” and “What is Evil” in Episcopal Curriculum for Youth (Morehouse).

Areas of interest and research: Higher education administration, student services, counseling, pastoral care, and anti-oppression group work. Research interests: pastoral and ministerial formation, art and the sacred, African American religious tradition.



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