Bekah Estrada

Eco-Chaplain at the University of Southern California

Bekah Estrada is the first Eco-Chaplain at USC.

After growing up on a farm, she now utilizes her agricultural background and theological education to spark interfaith initiatives around spirituality, community building, and climate change. Her latest ecological project is designing an interfaith pilgrimage along the Los Angeles River.
Bekah received an M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary and a B.S.S. in Ministry and Leadership Studies from Hardin Simmons University. Her areas of interest include interfaith dialogue, leadership development, climate change and sustainability, racial justice, and advocating for women and sexual assault survivors. In her spare time Bekah enjoys yoga, gardening, listening to music/podcasts, and grabbing coffee with friends. 
Fun Fact: Bekah‘s hometown is Earth, Texas!