Heather McLetchie-Leader

Heather McLetchie-Leader

Doctoral Fellow, 2015-2017
Coordinator, Ways of Knowing Annual Conference (2016)
Heather McLetchie-Leader

Heather McLetchie-Leader is a Ph.D. candidate in the study of religion at Harvard University. Her research, which focuses on marriage in Greco-Roman antiquity, engages questions of social justice, as well as the politicization of difference and experience. Heather is a freshman proctor and has worked in residential education programs at Harvard, Dartmouth, and Phillips Andover. She has also taught at the K–12 level and in several adult and executive education programs. She has held corporate roles as the Director of Research and Evaluation at Citizen Schools and as a management consultant at Bain and Co., Inc. Heather holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering from Dartmouth College and the Thayer School of Engineering, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and an M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School. She spends her free time dispensing both solicited and unsolicited advice, contemplating the social symbolism of the Marvel Universe and other sci-fi cultural production, and working on her perpetually evolving yoga practice.

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