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Tammy McLeod

Harvard Chaplain, Director of College Ministry for Park Street Church, M.A. Spiritual Formation from GCTS, speaks and writes on spiritual formation, prayer and ambiguous loss.

Tammy J. McLeod, a Harvard Chaplain and Director of College Ministry for Park Street Church in Boston, often speaks, teaches, and writes on spiritual formation, prayer, and ambiguous loss. She is a founding member of the Mamelodi Initiative in the township of Mamelodi, South Africa—a project that connects Harvard students with at-risk youth (AIDS orphans) in a mentoring and educational program to prepare them for college. Tammy received her Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation in May 2016 from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Also a singer-songwriter, Tammy wrote and recorded a song for her son Zach who became severely disabled as a result of a traumatic brain injury while playing football seven years ago. She and her husband Pat, also a Harvard Chaplain, have been married for 33 years and are parents to four grown children. They are currently writing a book about their son. Follow the McLeod's work by visiting www.PatandTammyMcLeod.com

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