Nina Moriarty has been a member of the parish of the Church of the Redeemer since moving to Chestnut Hill from Cambridge in 1977.
She has served and chaired the Sunday School Committee and the Church Service League and Co-chaired the Christmas Market. Nina has taught several Sunday school classes, including the Confirmation class. She served on the Search Committee and has been a Diocesan Delegate. A member of the Altar Guild since 1993, she was its treasurer from 2000 to 2012.
By profession, Nina teaches Art History. Her research comprises later medieval manuscript illumination and she has a special interest in Christian art. Nina is a trustee of the College of the Atlantic, a governor of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and an avid visitor to the Department of Prints and Drawings at the Museum of Fine Arts. She has been a trustee of the Boston Theological Institute, the National Cathedral Association of the Washington National Cathedral, Concord Academy and the Park School.
Nina is married to Marshall Moriarty, a retired partner of the law firm Ropes and Gray. Their greatest pleasure is time spent with their children and grandchildren. In addition, Nina enjoys gardening, reading and cooking.