The Rev. Marie A. Tatro serves on the bishop's staff of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island as the Vicar for Community Justice Ministry, coordinating and supporting various social and racial justice ministries throughout the diocese, which includes Brooklyn, Queens, and Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Mother Tatro received her Master of Divinity degree from The General Theological Seminary and was awarded the J. Wilson Sutton Prize for the top senior thesis. She also has a Juris Doctorate from C.U.N.Y. Law School, and a Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Amherst College.
Before seminary, Mother Tatro worked for 19 years as an attorney in non-profit organizations representing low-income New Yorkers in the civil court system.
Since entering the priesthood, she has served several parishes in Brooklyn and also works closely with interfaith social justice organizations, including Faith in New York, The New Sanctuary Coalition of NYC, and Long Island Jobs with Justice.
She is married to Meghan Faux (Gerorgetown Law, '99), the Chief Deputy Attorney General For Social Justice in the New York State Attorney General's Office. They live in Fort Greene, Brooklyn with their two daughters.