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Sister Barbara Cervenka, OP
Sister Barbara Cervenka is a painter, primarily in watercolor, whose work has been exhibited around the country and abroad. For the past thirty years she has taught at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and at Siena Heights University in Adrian.
She co-founded Con/Vida, a non-profit organization that helps foster cultural understanding through promoting the popular arts of Peru and Brazil.
As a member of the History Committee for the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, she helped organize the traveling exhibit “Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America.”
Sister Aneesah McNamee, OP
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, and a naturalized U.S. citizen, Sister Aneesah is a freelance graphic designer and photographer. For several years, she served as the coordinator of communications and technology for the Dominican Sisters Conference, the “umbrella group” for Dominican congregations in the United States and worked on special projects at the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ motherhouse in Adrian.
Sister Aneesah holds an MFA in graphic design from the Savannah College of Art and Design and also earned certifications as a nursing assistant and a massage therapist as well as being a licensed physical therapy assistant.