About Me


I am an educational consultant in engineering education and adult faith education. My degrees are in instructional design, evaluation, and pastoral theology. Having retired from university teaching, I now teach adult faith enrichment programs and lead women’s retreats for my church in Osprey, Florida.

My work in engineering education since 2000 has taken me to universities in more than 25 countries. In recent years, I have worked most closely with universities in Latin America. I give workshops on curriculum design, the improvement of teaching and learning, and assessment and evaluation.

Whenever I travel, my camera comes with me. I create photo art cards and calendars as gifts for friends and family. Through my photography, I hope to share my viewpoints on life, nature, and the world, in places around the world and right at my doorstep.

The programs I currently lead at my church include: introductions to liberation theology, ecological spirituality, and feminist spirituality, as well as, contemplative photography and book club.



16 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Yet another adventure! WONDER WOMAN.You know that I love your work i.e.
    what you SEE and share. I will be looking forward to the blog😀


    1. Meg, thank you for your comment. Couldn’t do this without supportive friends like you. I think my next post will be about my “being out of my comfort zone!”


      1. You are going to have a book group? Can you at least share what you are reading ? Love your reflection on the Thunder Storm.


  2. Meg, I will email you the list from which we will choose. We will start with “The Canterbury Sisters” by Kim Wright for the first meeting in September.


  3. Doris: You never fail to amaze me. Your blog is awesome and has become a part of my daily readings and prayer time. I also want to be a part of your upcoming book club.
    Have you read Lineage of Grace by Francine Rivers yet. Just finished it.
    We need to make lunch pland for the beginning of August. I have some things to share.


    1. Joan, thank you for your kind words and ever-present encouragement. I am happy if this blog will help us to stay in touch with each other. I’ll email the book club information to you.


  4. Hi Doris! You are SUCH a talented and wonderful woman. I’m so grateful our lives crossed paths. Thank you for sharing of yourself. Kathy


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