Maya Pace

Harvard University

Sheldon Fellow

Maya Pace is from the redwoods of Northern California and grew up amongst a group of people dedicated to community and service. She is currently traveling across the US as a Harvard University Sheldon Fellow learning about the spiritual implications of the climate crisis by talking with the people most impacted by climate change. She graduated from Harvard Divinity School with a Masters of Theological Studies after working as the founding Chief Program Officer of Lead For America, an organization that supports communities by training and placing young people back in their hometowns. Maya has a background in facilitation, coaching, conflict resolution, and hospital chaplaincy. She orients her work around the question: how do we live well together?