Nancy Davidge served as associate program director at ECF and editor of ECF Vital Practices (www.ecfvp.org) from 2010-2016. She is an advocate for God’s Mission of justice, compassion, and reconciliation. In 2002 she discovered the connections between the Episcopal Church and social justice when she joined the staff of Episcopal Divinity School as their director of communications and marketing.
“EDS opened my eyes to the role the institutional church could play in carrying out God’s Mission in the world,” said Davidge in a recent presentation. “Steven Charleston, Ian Douglas, Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook, Fredrica Harris Thompsett, and other EDS faculty helped me to recognize my call to the ministry of communication as a means to heal God’s broken world.”
In addition to serving as editor of ecfvp.org, Nancy served as the past president of the Episcopal Communicators board. An avid reader, her current favorites include Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell, The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X with Alex Haley, and The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. She's currently reading Rules of Civility by Amor Towles.