Gail DeGeorge became editor of Global Sisters Report in January 2016. She lives near Washington, D.C., and has spent much of her career reporting on economic, business and labor market issues for national and regional publications. She's taught eighth grade and confirmation classes for more than 10 years at parishes in South Florida and Silver Spring, Maryland, helped revitalize the Rosary Guild ministry at St. Bonaventure in Davie, Florida, and served on the parish council, volunteered at a food pantry and other parish activities.

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Can conservation measures save sea turtles from climate change?

Three species of sea turtles still return to South Florida's beaches to lay their eggs, and groups like Ecological Associates are helping keep their nests safe. The biggest threats to turtles, of course, are humans.

Sr. Adriana Milmanda urges women religious to foster interculturality

Global Sisters Report: "Living interculturally is a vocation" that means moving beyond a multicultural approach, the Argentine sister told the International Union of Superiors General assembly.

UISG leaders call for broader environmental action, clear stance on church abuse at triennial meeting

Franciscan Sr. Sheila Kinsey addressed about 850 superiors general of women religious congregations gathered May 7 in Rome during the second day of the International Union of Superiors General's plenary assembly.

AmeriCorps partnership expands sisters' service and transforms members

Global Sisters Report: Notre Dame Mission Volunteers-AmeriCorps is a partnership between Notre Dame Mission Volunteers, a program of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, and AmeriCorps, a network of U.S. service programs. Its members serve in teaching, tutoring and other programs.