Emma Kippley-Ogman is Rabbi and Associate Chaplain for Jewish Life at Macalester College. Born and raised in Jewish and folk culture communities in the Twin Cities, she was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College (Boston), trained as a chaplain at Brigham and Women’s (Boston) and United (St. Paul) Hospitals, and has served communities in Boston, Jerusalem, and the Twin Cities.  Emma holds an AB in history and science from Harvard College. She is a member of Jewish Community Action of the Selah Jewish Social Justice Leadership Network, and of T’ruah: the Rabbinical Call for Human Rights. Emma lives in St. Paul, MN with her partner, Benj Kamm, and their two children, Otto and Ida.