Reverend Lex Cade-White received her master’s in divinity at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in race relations and urban ministry, and is an ordained United Church of Christ minister. She is the chaplain at Lakeland University and starting her next call at Aurora-St. Luke's Medical Center as a chaplain. In her work at the university, she invests in creating a spiritually relevant learning and grounding experience for the community. She is a community minister affiliated with Ebenezer UCC in Sheboygan. At Ebenezer, Rev. Cade-White is committed to teaching, preaching, and caring for and with the community. Rev. Cade-White has facilitated dialogues and conversations in community and congregations about race, class, gender, and spirituality for ten years. She trained as an intergroup dialogue facilitator while receiving her BA in psychology and religion at Mount Holyoke College. She has done research on race and multiculturalism and comparisons around feminism, race, and religion. While in Boston, she co-facilitated workshops and trainings that connect religion, culture, and the arts with college, high school, and community members. In Washington, DC, Rev. Cade-White led dialogues about race and class and sexual orientation and gender for the community to engage in these topics across identities and within shared identity communities. Her ministry has taken her from the overcrowded urban hub of academia in Boston to the highly political and suburban environments of Washington, DC, to the family and faith-rooted South in Atlanta, and finally to our rural close-knit community in Wisconsin. Rev. Cade-White has engaged in ministry congregations, hospitals, and hospice.