Rev Dr Sally Nash is a lecturer in youth and children's work and practical theology and Director of the Midlands Institute for Children Youth and Mission at St John's College Nottingham, an Anglican priest (self supporting) in Hodge Hill in Birmingham UK and supports the research activities of Birmingham Children's Hospital Chaplaincy team through the Centre for Paediatric Spiritual Care. If you search for Sally on academia.edu you will find a list of her academic publications. She blogs regularly with her husband Paul on a wordpress blog marker posts and shelters.
Sally is on the editorial groups of the Grove Youth and Leadership series and has edited two books on youth ministry and enjoys encouraging people to write about their practice and experience. The picture was taken in Hawker's Hut on the north Cornish coast and she enjoys visiting spiritual places that inspire reflecting and writing. She lives in Birmingham, enjoys watching sport, playing golf, walking by the sea, drinking good beer and coffee and eating cake and chocolate!