Revd Ali Hogger Gadsby is St Mellitus College, National Safeguarding officer. She is also Tutor and Lecturer in Pastoral Ministry and Tuesday host at St Mellitus East Midlands. She has a background in journalism, mental health nursing, school chaplaincy and parish ministry.
As a former Mental Health Nurse, Ali is interested in how we understand mental health theologically, and how that understanding can transform our churches. She is married with three children and is a reluctant runner.
BA (Hons) English Literature, University of Wales, 1993
Registered Mental Health Nurse, The Nightingale Institute, Kings College London, 2000BA (Hons)
Theology, Ministry, and Mission, St Mellitus College, 2013
MA Theology, Ministry and Mission, Durham University, 2021
Areas of Interest
Mental health and ill health
Pastoral theology and ministry
Theology of safeguarding
Use of self in ordained ministry
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