Who We Are
We Are Stardust is an LGBTQAII+ centered spiritual laboratory rooted in Jewish wisdom that uses creative practice as a tool for transformation. We envision a world where each person's contribution to the whole is appreciated, they find acceptance and celebration in community and feel a part of the greater spiritual significance of all things.
Stars @ We Are Stardust
AKA The Team
Reed Love(they/them) is a chaplain and has had a spiritual counseling, life cycle facilitation, and Craniosacral Therapy bodywork private practice for the past decade. With over fifteen years of experience across Jewish movements and interfaith settings, Reed completed their chaplaincy residency at St. Mary's Medical Center where they enjoyed bringing music, art, and spirituality practices to the adolescent psychiatric ward. Reed received their BA from Brandeis University in Women's and Gender Studies. They studied at Pardes in Jerusalem in a Year Fellowship Program and for two years at the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies. Reed completed a Masters Degree in Judaic Studies, specializing in Jewish Values, Ethics, and Action from the Academy of Jewish Religion of California.
Founder and Project Director
Maggie Love (she/they) serves as the Operations Director at We Are Stardust, Maggie excels in designing strategies, managing operations, and marketing. With a strong creative flair, Maggie creates captivating digital media and maintains project management flow and finesse. Maggie has worked in people operations, project management, and school admissions as well as helping to run and serve on the board for Queer Camp. Maggie runs The Sacred Hearth where she offers transformational coaching, habit formation, and grief work.
Maggie Mountain Love
Advisory Committee Member
Nina Rogowsky (she/her) is a lesbian, an artist, a spouse, and a parent. She works as an early childhood educator at Gan Keshet Preschool, part of Congregation B’nai Israel in Northampton, MA. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from Brandeis University as well as a Masters in Environmental and Agricultural Policy from Tufts University. Nina believes in the power of creative expression in affirming and sharing the richly diverse identities in our community.
"It was a transformative experience that expanded my awareness in ways I never thought possible. I noticed the interconnectedness of all living beings and felt a sense of unity with nature that I had never experinced before. It was both humbling and empowering”
-Todd Brecher, Participant
- Rabbi Ariel Root Wolpe
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