Nancy A. V. Vogele, Transitional Pastor: Before becoming our Transitional Pastor and Lutheran Campus Minister, the Rev. Nancy A.G. Vogele, ’85, served as the Director of Religious and Spiritual Life at Dartmouth for 3 ½ years. As Director, she oversaw the all spiritual life programming, including the United Campus Ministry group. She also was integral in the creation and development of the new Tucker Center for Spiritual and Ethical Living.
Nancy has also served for almost 20 years in Episcopal parish ministry, most recently as rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in White River Junction, Vt., from 2001 until August of 2012. In addition to her position at St. Paul’s, she has been the chairperson of the Dismantling Racism Commission for the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont, served as a member of the Vermont Commission on Family Recognition and Protection, and served as an officer for United Valley Interfaith Project, a community organizing project in the greater Upper Valley.
Nancy also served as Associate Rector at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Goffstown, NH and as Assistant to the Rector at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Concord, NH.
While a student at Dartmouth, she was involved in several student Christian groups, including Edgerton House, the student Episcopal Center. She was also very active in community service through the Tucker Foundation. After graduation, Nancy served as the first volunteer coordinator for Dartmouth Community Services at the Tucker Foundation (1985-1987).
From 1988-1990, Nancy served as a volunteer for mission with the Episcopal Church in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Throughout her career and in her personal spiritual journey, Nancy has sought to make connections between religious profession and social justice.
In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth, Nancy holds a Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School and a Doctor of Ministry from Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Susan Ferraro, Parish Administrator: Susan began serving in the church office in 2008. In her free time, Susan enjoys spending time with her family, baking, knitting, and hiking.