Kristina Keefe-Perry is the mother of a second grader, a wife, and Minuted as a Gospel Minister in the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) of the New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. She works for The American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts (TABCOM) coordinating the Creation Care Ministries Program, using her skills in preaching, teaching, and networking to ground engagement in environmental-justice and food-justice work. She is also the Host of Quaker Dinner Church, Boston. A facilitator of “The Work that Reconnects” she is keen to create containers where grief can be experienced and held, in community. Kristina is a graduate of Boston University’s School of Theology, a childbirth doula, mediator, master composter, and lover of bicycles. As a permaculture designer, she finds that sometimes the things that present themselves as challenges are really as-yet-to-be innovations.