Sister Maxine is a member of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) of Monroe, Michigan. She has master’s degrees in theology and in advertising. Prior to co-founding A Nun’s Life, Sister Maxine had extensive experience in Corporate Communications. Sister Maxine writes regularly for Global Sisters Report. She also trains religious communities and other Catholic organizations to implement social media to advance a culture of vocation. Sister Maxine is an accomplished martial artist, avid biker, and history buff.
Sister Julie is a member of the Sisters of Saint Francis, Sylvania, Ohio, who served as the Sacristan for her congregation’s chapel for 22 years. Prior to joining A Nun’s Life Ministry, she served for five years as Congregational Vocation Minister for her Sylvania Franciscan community. During that time, she was a member of the National Religious Vocation Conference and was active in NRVC Region 6. She also served on the Detroit Archdiocesan Vocation Association team and the Toledo Area Vocation Ministers Team. Sister Julie is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and has long served in health care ministry. Sister Julie loves the outdoors and is happiest when she is camping.
Kelly Zlatic is based in Chicago, IL. For the past four years, she has served as a consultant to the ministry in the areas of accounting and online metrics. Prior to her time at A Nun’s Life, Kelly served for several years as a staff accountant at Market Day Corporation, a fundraising firm, and at ATC Wegge Accounting. Kelly holds an MBA in Finance from Illinois State University, and a master’s in Nonprofit Administration from North Park University. Kelly enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her two adorable children. In her spare time she’s an avid runner, having participated in several marathons, including the prestigious Boston Marathon.