Rev. Tamara Boynton is a mother and a minister. She has lived in Colorado since 1993. She received her BA from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, and her M.Div. from Iliff School of Theology in Denver. She is an ordained clergy in the United Church of Christ which is where she has done the bulk of her ministry serving initially as campus minister at CU-Boulder, then as Minister of Education and Spiritual Formation in Lakewood and Denver, solo Pastor at Berkeley Community Church, and Associate Conference Minister (twice) for the Rocky Mountain Conference of the UCC. She has worked extensively with children, youth, and young adults in camping, experiential education, and retreat ministries throughout her life. More recently, her work with churches and non-profits has piqued her interest...
Taylor Soderborg is a 5th year joint MD/PhD student in the Medical Scientist Training Program at University of Colorado. Her current research focuses on the role of the early infant gut microbiome in metabolic disease risk. She plans to become an Ob/Gyn physician. Taylor was raised in San Francisco, California and attended Oberlin College where she graduated with high honors in Neuroscience. Taylor is currently one of the steering committee leaders for Medical Students for Choice interest group which works to promote awareness of and engagement in topics related to women’s reproductive justice.