Pat delights in sharing news from the parish in ways that inform, invite participation, engage the spirit, and empower people to share their own stories. She credits her husband, Tom Hulme, for bringing her to the 6 p.m. service in 2000, where found a community full of stories of hope that she’s been passionate about telling ever since. So passionate that she's joined the Trinity staff twice —first in 2004-2008, and again in 2013.
Pat honed her skills for public relations and marketing communications over years working at global brand management agencies, where she was part of developing strategic cause-related marketing programs, such as the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, for a wide-range of companies and non-profits. She's an alumna of Wellesley College.
In addition to her work at Trinity, Pat is currently serving as co-chair of the Annual Conference Planning Committee of the CEEP Network of lay and clergy leaders from Episcopal parishes, seminaries, and other Episcopal Institutions who are dedicated to effective leadership, stewardship and transformation in the Church and in the world.
When she’s not working, you can find her hanging out with Tom and their two Wheaten Terriers, playing the ukulele, and traveling to the Virgin Islands to scuba dive.