Eleanor Segraves is from Atlanta, Georgia and proud of it! She’s an avid fan of homegrown tomatoes, south Georgia peaches and of course, the Georgia Bulldogs. Before she was consecrated she studied at Franciscan University of Steubenville from 2002-2006 and then was a Regnum Christi Mission Corps volunteer in Louisiana in 2006-2007. She was consecrated on August 18, 2007. After her formation years she served in Kansas, Iowa, and Nebraska, supporting the Regnum Christi members and their works of apostolate. She is now full time in Chicago working for the Archdiocese of Chicago as Parish Vitality Coordinator for Vicariate 1. In this new role she works closely with Auxiliary Bishop Alberto Rojas and his team to support 53 parishes in Vicariate 1. She and her colleagues are fully invested in the Archdiocesan wide renewal process, called “Renew My Church” which upholds three priorities for spiritual renewal: Making disciples, building community, and inspiring witness. Read more about Renew My Church here.