Holli S. Emore, MDiv – is the executive director for Cherry Hill Seminary, Chair of Interfaith Partners of South Carolina, and was the first Regional Lead for Disaster Spiritual Care for the American Red Cross in South Carolina. She is the founding priestess of Temple Osireion which has developed its tradition based on ancient Egyptian religions. Emore is the author of Constellated Ministry: A Guide for Those Serving Today’s Pagans (Equinox, 2021).

Margo Wolfe, PhD – is the Academic Dean of Cherry Hill Seminary. She earned her Ph.D. at Walden University in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and has taught at several universities in her hometown. She has over 25 years-experience leading Pagan groups in Northwest PA and New York and has served in multiple organizations including the Sisterhood of Avalon. In addition, Wolfe has liturgical experience in the larger religious community, has presented at various festivals and conferences such as Sirius Rising and PantheaCon, and is published in several Pagan anthologies. In her spare time, she creates large-scale interactive and immersive art installations with her partner.

Dana Alvara Doerksen, M.L.I.S., earned her Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of British Columbia and her Bachelor of Arts and Certificate of Liberal Arts from Simon Fraser University. She has worked in public, academic, corporate, and special library settings doing research, teaching classes, and providing reference. She has been a long-time supporter and student of Cherry Hill Seminary and has served on the Board of Directors, the Votaries Alumni Association, and other committees. She completed the Community Ministry Certificate through Cherry Hill Seminary and was subsequently ordained through Sacred Well Congregation as a minister and cleric priestess. She is an elder and high priestess in the Georgian Tradition of Wicca and has studied and practiced ceremonial magick in the Golden Dawn tradition for 20 years. She is a member of the Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans (CUUPS) and serves the community in her UU church and more generally in the Seattle Pagan community. She lives in the Seattle area with her husband, daughter and two dogs, Pixie and Ruby.

Mason Davenport, MA – Mason is the Student Services Manager for Cherry Hill Seminary. He has held a variety of roles in enrollment services and academic affairs over his 16 year career in higher education administration. Mason received a M.A. in theology from Wesley Theological Seminary in 2013, and has served as a Steward of The Wilderness Between, a Druid-inspiried, nature-revering collective in the Washington, DC area since 2016. Since graduating with CHS’s first cohort in the Spiritual Direction Certificate, he also offers spiritual accompaniment in private practice. A member of Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids (OBOD) and the Ancient Order of Druids in America (AODA), Mason is seeker and aspiring mystic following a winding path of Druid wisdom and intuitive magic. When not in the forest or in his head, he can be found in the joyous company of his spouse and their cats.