Darcy is a first-year Ph.D. student studying Ethics with a concentration on Bioethics. She is studying with Dr. Diana Fritz Cates and Dr. Kristy Nabhan-Warren. Her particular area of interest is researching ethical implications related to genetic prenatal carrier screening. She is also interested in studying ethical implications of genetic screening and genomic analysis involving vulnerable populations.
Darcy’s M.A. thesis was “Theodicy and the Brothers Karamozov” and her M.Div. thesis was on Theological Ethics regarding sickness and disability in the Church. In 2012, Darcy was ordained as a minster in the PC(USA). She has many years of service on various committees and NGOs committed to women and children’s advocacy.
The joy of Darcy’s life is her son Coltrane. She loves spending as much time as possible with her son and her mother, exercising, and listening to live jazz.
Nancy A. Hardesty Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by EEWC-Christian Feminism Today, 2016
Allen T. and Wilma L. Christy Award, 2012
Burton Z. Cooper Prize in Theology, 2011
Apollos Grant, 2011