Tuhina Verma Rasche works for ARC as our Coordinator for Young Adult Engagement. She lives a hyphenated life as a second-generation Indian-American woman raised in a devout Hindu household and often finds herself in liminal spaces. She is ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and is called to work for the representation of God’s full diversity in the church. Her work focuses on dismantling white supremacy and conversations on the complexity of identities. She loves stories and believes sharing narratives are integral to building relationships.
She blogs at This Lutheran Life and Medium, is a contributing writer to The Salt Collective, and tweets at @tvrasche. When she’s not writing or working to decolonize mainline Protestant traditions, she is reading anything she can get her hands on, listening to podcasts on politics and pop culture, or watching movies with her spouse. She can be reached for ARC-related content via ARCEL@ArtsReligionCulture.org.