Ms. Abigail Clauhs
Abigail Clauhs is majoring in religion and minoring in English and anthropology in the College of Arts & Sciences at Boston University (and yes, she realizes that’s a mouthful). At Marsh Chapel, she works with the Boston University Interfaith Council, leading interfaith discussions and organizing interfaith service opportunities. She is passionate about fostering dialogue and cooperation between people of various walks of life and worldviews. In addition, she has a love for community service that has led her to such work as rebuilding homes after Hurricane Katrina to teaching ESL classes to immigrants and refugees at the International Institute of Boston.
Along with working at Marsh Chapel, Abigail is also an Undergraduate Writing Fellow at the College of Arts & Sciences Writing Center, where she focuses especially on working with ESL students. She also loves to write creatively, and is involved in the Boston University Literary Society and Writers Workshop.
After graduation, Abigail hopes to do humanitarian work in the nonprofit/NGO world in an interfaith context. Abigail is extremely excited to join the Marsh Chapel community. She is always up for a chat about faith, good books, or where to find the best chai in Boston, and would love to hear from you!