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Joan Chatfield, Ph.D.
|Joan Chatfield, Ph.D.|
|Expertise||Education of Religion and Social Change|
|Current Organization||Institute for Religion and Social Change|
|Type of Organization||Interfaith and Interreligious programs/Education|
|Major Product||Education and religion|
|Area of Distribution||Hawaii/Worldwide|
|University/Degree||Ph.D., Sociology of Religion, University of California, Berkeley and Graduate Theological Union|
|Born||October 7, 1932, Elizabeth, New Jersey|
|Honors & Awards||Award of Distinction, Brownson Society, Manhattanville College, 1956; Living Treasure of Hawaii Award, Honpa Hongwanja, 2009|
|Affiliations||Host of "Interfaith Conversation", Olelo Community Television Station; President, Pan-Pacific South East Asian Women's Association (PPSEAWA); President, Leadership Association of Religion Congregations, Diocese of Hawaii (LARC); President, Global Youth Center Hawaii (GYCH); The Interfaith Alliance Hawaii (TIAH); Board Chair, All Believers Network (ABN); Vice President, Sunrise Foundation; Vice President, Mits Aoki Legacy Foundation; Previous organizational leadership: American Association of Missiology (ASM); International Association of Mission Studies (IAMS); American Association of University Women (AAUW); Church Women United Hawaii (CWUH)|
|Hobbies & Sports||Stained glass|
|Work History||Ecumenical Officer, Diocese of Honolulu, 1981-94; Dean, Humanities and Fine Arts, Chaminade University, Honolulu, 1989-97; Coordinator/Contact Person, Maryknoll Sisters, Central Pacific Region, 2009-15|
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