Each year, I look forward to the “beginning of fall” signaled by fresh air of New Hampshire at the Exponent II retreat in September. The setting is beautiful, the discussions are full of heart and soul, the keynote speaker is illuminating, and the talent show is hilarious.
Retreat with us this year! September 11 – 13, 2015
Barbara C. Harris Conference Center
Registration opens June 7, 2015 – Spread the Word
Workshops to include: improving your Relief Society experience, the Divine Feminine, serving others, ordaining women, and more!
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Fiona Givens was born in Nairobi, educated in British convent schools, and converted to the LDS church in Frankfurt. She graduated from the University of Richmond with degrees in French and German, and received an M.A. in European History while co-raising the last of her six children. Fiona directed the French Language programme at Patrick Henry High School, in Ashland, Virginia. Besides education, she has worked in translation services, as a lobbyist, and as communications director for a non-profit. Her writings appear in Exponent II, LDS Living and Journal of Mormon History. Fiona is a frequent speaker on podcasts and at conferences from Time out for Women to Sunstone and Women’s Retreats. A longtime collaborator in the books of her husband, Fiona and Terryl have recently co-authored two books: The God Who Weeps: How Mormonism Makes Sense of Life and The Crucible of Doubt: Reflections on the Quest for Faith. Fiona currently resides in Virginia.