Caitlin Kensey Scott is Chaplain of Resilient Families and Communities for Uniting and former Chaplain and Chaplaincy Coordinator at Westmead Children's Hospital. Caitlin has experience providing spiritual and pastoral care to young children and their families, those living with Advanced Dementia, and communities facing grief, trauma, and loss. She is a graduate of Yale University with a Master of Divinity, and has a background of study in Indigenous spirituality of the North American first peoples.
Her passion for feeding people gave rise to Grits to Grace, a community platform and supper club exploring the spirituality of food and the essential joy of eating intentionally with one another. She is enriched by her current work with Aboriginal communities in New South Wales, seeking to serve as an ally in the preservation of culture and the recognition of Aboriginal autonomy and voice in Australian life. She is a member of the Sydney South Uniting Church in Redfern involved in lay preaching and Ministry outreach to the surrounding community of Redfern.