Born and raised along the US northern border, in Allen Park, Michigan, Rev. Jennifer Soule-Hill is ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She studied psychology and religion at Hope College and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and then served as a Young Adult Volunteer in 2003 at Southside Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Arizona. There she served alongside Tucson Samaritans and supported the founding of No More Deaths. This immersion into humanitarian aid and life in the borderlands was a time of deep formation. Jenn then studied in Guatemala and participated in numerous delegations to accompany and learn about human rights efforts from communities throughout Latin America. Jenn graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary and then spent 2 years doing interfaith organizing for immigrants' rights in Chicago, and 9 years co-pastoring Family of Christ Presbyterian Church, in Greeley, Colorado. In 2018, Jenn and her family returned to make their lives in the Arizona borderlands. She is married to Nathan Soule-Hill, also ordained in the PC(USA), and together they have two sons, Desmond, 9, and Simeon, 7. Jenn loves the spiritual practice of making handicrafts of all things fiber, exploring mindfulness―yoga―and social emotional learning with children, and is currently studying to earn an M.Ed. in Counseling, to practice as a school counselor.