Quinn Gormley

Quinn, with short, curly hair and a patterned shirt, smiles slightly into the camera.

Quinn Gormley (she/her) is a spiritual caregiver, equity advocate, and student at Chicago Theological Seminary. She has substantial work backgrounds in clinical, policy, and non-profit settings and is dedicated to work that lifts up marginalized people, encourages communities to embrace their diversity and interdependence, and supports people and communities through times of challenge to work towards personal growth and systemic change. Outside her professional and academic roles, she is a passionate classical and liturgical musician, determined homecook, math geek, and romance novel enthusiast. She lives in Auburn, ME with her husband, kid, and a menagerie of pets.

From Quinn Gormley

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This is my favorite thing about seaweed: it feels so much like my neurodiverse brain.

Reflection | By Quinn Gormley | March 20, 2024 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: Acceptance, Direct Experience, Earth-Centered, Honesty, Imagination, Nature, Personal Stories, Self-Care, Worship

People who aren't neurodiverse tend to frame neurodiversity as symptoms of inconvenience to people around them. For me, my ADHD means beauty.

Reflection | By Quinn Gormley | March 13, 2024 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: Acceptance, Beauty, Direct Experience, Identity, Multiculturalism, Psychology, Self-Respect, Wonder, Worship

Happy kids are safer kids, because happy kids have adults they can ask for help.

Reflection | By Quinn Gormley | March 2, 2022 | From Braver/Wiser
Tagged as: 1st Principle (Worth & Dignity), 2nd Principle (Justice, Equity, & Compassion), 3rd Principle (Acceptance & Spiritual Growth), Acceptance, Anti-Oppression, Children, Coming Out, Direct Experience, Humanism, Identity, Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender/Queer, Parents, Pride Sunday, Secular, Worship

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