About Emilie Haertsch
Emilie Haertsch is a writer and editor working in the nonprofit sector. A former Jesuit Volunteer, she served as a community organizer with People of Faith Against the Death Penalty in North Carolina. She recently graduated the Contemplative Leaders in Action program and completed her capstone on teaching memoir writing to senior citizens. Emilie lives in the Philadelphia area with her husband, baby son, cat, dog, and turtle.
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