Casey Overton is a radical nonprofit strategist, writer, and spiritual activist who is insistent on cultivating space for collective healing. They are the editor of “Liturgy that Matters”, an enfleshed publication, and the co-lead for Black faith programs in an affirming spiritual community. Her communications training with a faith-based nonprofit background has made narrative and other cultural metaphysics of liberation an ongoing priority in her work.
As a multi spiritual worker, they love being immersed in cooperative interfaith dialogue while creating restorative environments for marginalized populations within or beyond faith institutions. Her role with Faith Matters Network as a Project Coordinator draws on her expertise in systems analysis for co-creating spiritually sustainable cultures. She is a graduate of Hampton University and Duke Divinity School. She resides in the Powhatan lands now called Richmond, VA.