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Vocation Perspectives: Elizabeth Montgomery

By Anna Mumma

With a Masters in Pastoral Ministry and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Elizabeth Montgomery serves as the Campus Minister for Christian Leadership and Vocation at the University of Dayton. As a catechetical leader, she directs numerous retreats both locally and nationally for youth and emerging adults. Within the University of Dayton, Elizabeth works with the Callings Program, with Chaminade Scholars, and with the Faith, Vocation, and Leadership houses. Elizabeth is also one the Vocation Implementation Team’s authors for the upcoming vocation-based book. 

Elizabeth shares her excitement for college students and encourages them to “take the time and the reflection to be able to understand” what their vocation is. She hopes students will utilize resources and opportunities to explore who they really are and the passions that they have. If students are able to do this, Elizabeth believes they will then be able to “persevere and work through challenges a lot more intentionally.” Her own journey was filled with personal discernment, uncertainty, and personal development which she shares in her interview. 

So, whether you are a student who is struggling to discover your vocation, or a teacher who would like to be re-inspired in your own vocational journey, I encourage you to tune in to Elizabeth Montgomery’s interview in our Vocation Perspectives blog series.

Click here to access the transcript. 

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