Rebecca Gurney

As Interviewed by Hannah Griesmer, April 19, 2016
"Feminism isn't just about women, it's about all people, and equality."
Rebecca Gurney

Introductory Profile: About Rebecca Gurney

My aunt, Rebecca Gurney, was born in 1957 in Boise, Idaho. She has three brothers and two sisters. Her father, Donald Gurney, was a Baptist minister. She grew up with a very religious view of the world. She was very influenced in life by her father, which led her to choose a job in ministry.

Rebecca has short blonde hair and green eyes. She is also one of the nicest people I know. She is considerate of others, cares about everything, and is very aware of her situation when she makes decisions. She is a feminist, specifically for women in ministry. She deeply cares about working to have everyone be equal and women getting what they deserve.

In the interview, feminism and religious rights are actively brought up. She is very passionate about the roles of women in ministry and very dedicated to the idea of equality. Rebecca Gurney cares very much about everyone, and the rights of all. She wants equality in the world and is constantly finding ways to stand up for what she believes in.