A Conversation with Preeta Banerjee
Our Interfaith Interns had the wonderful opportunity to have a conversation with Preeta Banerjee, the Hindu Chaplain at Tufts University.
Preeta Banerjee, Ph D is a spiritual companion who draws on a broad and deep range of experience, having spent over 20 years in academia, coaching and consulting as an advocate, educator, researcher and author. She is a strong voice for combining spirituality, creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship and social change. Her passion lies in creating brave spaces at the intersection of contemplation, activism and healing and deepening in spiritually fluid ways, from a lens rooted in bhakti, gyan, karma, and raj yog, including her work as a founding board member of the North American Hindu Chaplains Association; Vice Chair of the Mystic Soul Project; and mentor of the Miller Center's Dignity Project at Hebrew College. She has a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the Wharton School and B.S. in Computational Biology and Business from Carnegie Mellon.