Ned O'Malia, Doctor of Philosophy in Asian Religions from Temple University, is a Professor at the University of New Mexico and a noted speaker and lecturer on the cultures of northern New Mexico and the
Pastor Todd O'Neal and his wife Linda share responsibilities at the House of Joy Christian Ministry in Cincinnati. Pastor Todd received his Master of Divinity from Methodist Theological School in Delaware, Ohio and a Bachelor of Art and Music from Kentucky State University.
Linda O'Neal graduated from Lincoln High, East, St. Louis, Illinois, and Kentucky State University with a BS in Music Education. She is married to The Rev. Todd Emerson O'Neal. They have four children. Together they
Ron Olowin is a professor at St. Mary's College, Department of Physics and Astronomy, specializing in courses in Observational Cosmology and High Energy Astrophysics as well as in Archaeoastronomy and Themes in Science and Religion.
Kirsten Olson is the author of the bestselling Wounded By School and is Chief Listening Officer of Old Sow Consulting, in Brookline MA, which focuses on mindful, compassionate and creative leadership training for educators and
Ofelia Ortega, a pioneering woman theologian and ecumenist, is Professor of Theology in the Union Theological Seminary in Matanzas, Cuba, focusing on gender studies and community development. She is also an elected member of the
Dorothea Osborn is an acclaimed visual artist based in New York. Her work is based on spirituality and the Southwest. Dorothea’s work consists of drawing and painting with an intense interest in oils and mixed
Michelle Otero lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she works with fellow artists and local farmers to implement the Community Table project, which combines art, local agriculture, and economic development as a platform for neighborhood
Jane O’Reilly is the author of two acclaimed middle-grade novels, The Secret of Goldenrod, a fantasy about an old house and a small porcelain doll, and The Notations of Cooper Cameron, which was inspired by