A native of Atlanta, GA, Farley holds Masters degrees in Environmental Management and Theological Studies from Duke University. Steeped in agrarian theology, community-based environmental management, and watershed ecology, she culminated her studies by exploring the theology and practice of church community gardens. Her experience includes nonprofit development, management, strategic planning, and program work for environmental nonprofits, including the Alice Ferguson Foundation, SeaWeb, The Episcopal Church Economic and Environmental Affairs Office, and the Alabama Rivers Alliance. Through her consulting practice, Wesley Walden, Farley offers clients thoughtful and thorough strategic input and reliable implementation across a wide range of projects intersecting sustainability, faith, and community. She works full-time at the historic and progressive Riverside Church in New York City.