Dana Wachter is a freelance journalist and digital storyteller now based in London, Ontario. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, the University of Maryland graduate spent nearly seven years as a television anchor and reporter in Tennessee, Virginia, and North and South Carolina. After moving to Ghana to manage communications for a nonprofit, Challenging Heights, she first filed video content for Global Sisters Report

Show full bio ↓

High-end healing hotel in Quebec carries legacy of Augustinian Sisters

Global Sisters Report: In the old part of Quebec City, Le Monastère de Augustines, built in 1644, rebuilt in 1757 and renovated 2013-2015 is a living museum and how the Augustinian Sisters continue their charism of hospitality and ministry to those who need healing. 

Greening the motherhouse requires big investments and changing habits

Global Sisters Report: The sisters of Congrégation de Notre-Dame didn't want to give up the same coffee they had been drinking for decades. But paying a fair wage to the poor farmers who grew the coffee beans was something they could get behind — one of 12 actions they're undertaking to lessen their environmental footprint.

Catholic schools balance gay-straight alliance clubs with beliefs

Inclusivity clubs in Catholic schools in Ontario are helping to bring students back to a church where they felt they hadn't belonged before.

Research, conversations allow two sisters to change poverty, policy in Canada

Global Sisters Report: Two Sisters of St. Joseph in London, Ontario, run the Office for Systemic Justice to advocate for policies to improve communities globally.