Gregory William McGonigle was raised in Westwood, Massachusetts, and while attending high school converted to Unitarian Universalism. In 2000 he received an A.B. with Distinction from Brown University in Religious Studies, focused on South Asian religions and contemporary American religious history. While an undergraduate, he studied abroad in India and sought to increase appreciation of religious pluralism in Brown’s academic and cocurricular life. He is now a Master of Divinity candidate at Harvard Divinity School and an aspirant to UU ministerial fellowship. He is a member of the Harvard Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Students Executive Board, and is a friend of First Parish in Cambridge (UU). He has worked for Harvard’s Graduate School of Education and Committee on the Study of Religion, and is interested in pursuing doctoral studies and a career integrating scholarship, teaching, and ministry.
James Freeman Clarke