Rev. Kate McGregor Mosley
Rev. Kate McGregor Mosley served as GIPL’s Executive Director from 2014 – 2020, having previously served as GIPL’s Director for Congregational Support. She is responsible for building relationships with community partners, fundraising, and oversight of the full organization. In addition to these duties, Kate also teaches GIPL classes and workshops around Creation Care and guest preaches in a variety of faith communities on behalf of GIPL.
With 25 years of nonprofit management, Kate has worked in a variety of organizations from churches to international mission agencies, political campaigns, and professional associations. Kate is an ordained Presbyterian minister, a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary (Decatur) and Eckerd College (Florida). Environmental ministry has been her full-time work since 2009. Previously she served on the pastoral staff of Central Presbyterian Church in downtown Atlanta, and then, directed Earth Covenant Ministry, a Presbyterian program that merged with GIPL in 2011. She is passionate about caring for God’s creation and bringing other people of faith together in this shared responsibility to steward the Earth in meaningful ways.
In 2018, Kate was honored as one of three Power Women in Atlanta by the Solutions Project, highlighting her commitment to securing clean energy for all. In addition to her leadership of GIPL, Kate serves on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Green Building Council-GA Chapter and the People’s Justice Council, the parent organization for Alabama Interfaith Power & Light. Kate lives in Decatur with her husband and three children. When not guest preaching and teaching on environmental stewardship, she joins her family for worship at North Decatur Presbyterian Church. Kate also enjoys camping and exploring the outdoors with family and friends. Her personal goal is to visit and enjoy every national park in the U.S. She’d love to hear your travel tips!