ITGC Teaching Staff
Delmarie Gibney, FSPA, D.Min.
Delmarie is a life long learner and thoroughly enjoying her third age as a Crone. She began her professional life as a nurse and midwife spending 14 years in Central America. She studied theology, Scripture and women’s studies obtaining a D. Min. from the Episcopal Divinity School in Boston and an MTS from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.
Delmarie is Director of Womanwell, a spiritual director, facilitates workshops and is passionate in her care and concern for Mother Earth and the Earth Community of All beings. She is a member of the Franciscan Sisters from LaCrosse, WI.
Nancy Cosgriff, M.A., D.Min
Nancy has worked as a teacher, campus minister, musician, liturgist, work/life transition counselor, and as a leadership/personal development workshop designer and facilitator. Currently she works in the areas of spiritual guidance and coaching—particularly for adults in mid-life and beyond.
Because she sees powerful transformation through sacred circle and one-on-one healing presence, her work challenges and energizes her.
Her degrees are from the College of St. Catherine and Notre Dame University and she is completing her work for a Doctor of Ministry degree from the University of Creation Spirituality now Wisdom University. Nancy is personally inspired by visiting other cultures and by living in Minnesota on the bluffs overlooking the St. Croix River.
Corrina Thomas, FSPA, M.A., D.Min
Corrina Thomas is a Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration and the programs director at WomanWell. Her ministry background includes spiritual direction, retreats and workshops. Corrina is passionate about the New Universe Story and an evolutionary spirituality which sees the divine as the primary causality for creation; and evolution as a physical manifestation of the process of divine creative energy.
Corrina was born and raised in India and therefore brings to her ministry the wealth of her inter-religious/cultural experience - a harmonious blend between the east and west. Her education includes masters’ degrees in Franciscan Studies, Culture and Spirituality and Media Studies and a Doctor of Ministry with a focus on developing and nurturing dialogue among peoples of various faith traditions.