Sr. Rhonda Miska is in temporary profession with the Sinsinawa Dominican and ministers at Dominican University in Chicago. After two years as a Jesuit Volunteer in Nicaragua, she earned a graduate degree in pastoral ministry. Her ministries have included facilitation of Muslim-Christian dialogue, community organization, social justice education, direct outreach to the Spanish-speaking immigrant community, to people who are homeless, and to adults with intellectual disabilities. She is an author whose writing has appeared in national print and online magazines.

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Q and A with Sr. Dianna Ortiz, advocate for victims of human trafficking

GSR Preview: The trauma of being abducted and tortured has fueled Ursuline Sr. Dianna Ortiz's passion for human rights work.