Rev. Karen Tate
Thought leader, speaker, seven-times published author, podcaster and social justice activist, Karen is a Caring Economy Conversation leader and Power of Partnership presenter. She has a certification from Smith College in the Psychology of Political Activism: Women Changing the World and she can be seen in the award-winning docufilm, Femme: Women Healing the World. She has been named one of thirteen Most Influential Women in Goddess Spirituality. Her newest book, Normalizing Abuse: A Commentary on Our Pervasive Culture of Abuse was published in January 2023, along with the return of her long-running podcast, Voices of the Sacred. For more information: www.karentate.net
Her other titles include Sacred Places of Goddess: 108 Destinations, Walking An Ancient Path, Goddess Calling, Voices of the Sacred Feminine; Conversations to Change Our World, Awakening the Feminine and Goddess 2.0. Karen is an inter-faith minister who leads sacred tours. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband of 35+ years and their feline daughter, Lilly.
Karen Tate's body of work blends her experiences of women-centered multiculturalism evident in archaeology, anthropology and mythology with her unique academic and literary talents and travel experience throughout the world. Her particular emphasis is on the roles of women and the study of comparative religions and ancient cultures in a modern or reconstructed context, bringing the ideals and awareness of the Sacred Feminine into the mainstream consciousness.