Program Associate for Vocation and Reflection

Markim Hall, 310

Eily Marlow ’97 enjoys working with students as they discover how their values and convictions inform their actions in the world.  She understands vocational discernment as both a personal and communal activity and believes listening to and sharing life narratives to be transformational.  She previously served as the Executive Director of the Minnesota Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice and as the Interim Minister for Justice at That All May Freely Serve-Chicago, a faith-based LGBT advocacy organization.  She began her work at Macalester in 2002 as an Associate Chaplain and was ordained a Presbyterian (USA) minister in 2005.

  • Educational Background: BA, Religious Studies and Communication Studies, Macalester College; Masters of Divinity, McCormick Theological College; Completed Certificate Program in Narrative Therapy, Kenwood Institute.