Project Description

Tatalu Conservation Residency Coordinator

Whitney, together with her husband Sage and their son Benjamin, came to live at Brooksdale in the spring of 2020. Whitney has a background in photography and graphic design, and comes to A Rocha on the coattails of finishing a Masters of Arts in Theology, where she focused on the intersection of food, art, and experiential learning. She enjoys walking alongside others to help them catch a vision for God’s life-giving invitation to care for creation. Whitney is delighted to work collaboratively on the A Rocha team, helping to cultivate the space at Brooksdale for residents to learn, grow, discover, and be nourished. When she’s not working to coordinate the Tattle Conservation Residency Program you can find her cooking, reading, delighting in the beauty and intricacies of the created world, and watching her little one grow and discover.