Currently working as a part-time interfaith hospital chaplain while she finishes her Masters, Nettie Reynolds considers herself a “sacred hand holder.”  This reinvention is not the only one for Nettie as she has simultaneously tried her hand at play writing. She had her first play, “The Groovy Ride,” a dramedy about end-of-life issues professionally staged in Austin last summer. In the fall and in her last year of school, Nettie is also going to launch a new business that focuses on consulting with people on end-of-life issues and advanced directives/palliative care.