Audio Archive

Kitahata, Stacy and Claire Smith and Rediet Mulugeta

Stacy has degrees from UCLA and McCormick Theological Seminary. She served as Dean of Community at the Lutheran School of Theology, Chicago, as outreach staff with the synods of Region 1, and on the faculty of Trinity Lutheran College where she directed the Center for Community Engagement. As Program Director with the Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship, she designs and conducts intercultural experiential leadership development.

Claire received her BA in English Literature and Hispanic Studies at Pacific Lutheran University and her Masters of Social Work at the University of Washington. She received her training in intercultural capacity-building through the Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship and Kaleidoscope Institute Northwest. Claire served for 2 years with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest — 1 year in Portland, Oregon advocating with Latinx survivors of intimate partner violence and 1 year in St. Xavier, Montana working with some of the coolest kids on the Crow Reservation.

Recordings

Re-forming Intercultural Relationships with Stacy Kitahata, Claire Smith, and Rediet Mulugeta

Presenter: Kitahata, Stacy and Claire Smith and Rediet Mulugeta / 2023

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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