Hannah will be the new Graduate Resident Advisor in Fischer Hall, while also working toward a Master's Degree in Christian Formation and Ministry. She comes from Seattle, Washington, and loves being outdoors, reading and discussing theology with friends and rooting for the Seahawks! Hannah attended Moody Bible Institute and worked in college ministry in the San Diego area. She looks forward to spending time with the students of Fischer Hall.
John is in his second year as GRA in Smith-Traber Hall, and is studying Christian Formation and Ministry with a focus in Student Development. He attended Wheaton College for his undergraduate in Bible-Theology and Christian Education. While at Wheaton, he was an RA in Smith-Traber and is excited to return there. He enjoys reading, watching the Chicago Bears, and talking with people about whatever comes up.
Josh returns as a GRA in Fischer Hall. He and his wife Jennifer (former GRA) are looking forward to continuing investing in the lives of students, getting to know and helping them as they navigate their early college years. He is working on his second master's at Wheaton, in CFM. Josh is an active part of an Acts 29 church plant, where he is involved with youth ministry. He enjoys bird watching and at one point was on top of the leader board concerning bird sightings in Dupage County.
Luke will begin his first year as GRA in Mac-Evans and is pursuing his MA in Theology. He graduated from Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Historical Theology and has been serving as the youth pastor at Antioch Church in Bend, Oregon. Luke is passionately interested in skee ball, sporks, satire and writing bio's in the third person. Luke and his wife, Lauren, are returning to their roots in the midwest.
Christy will begin her first year as the GRA in Smith-Traber, while also working towards her MA in Christian Formation and Ministry. She received a degree in Women's Ministry from Moody Bible Institute and has spent the last few years as a intern with Cru, at Ohio University. Christy has a soft-spot for all forms of adventure and having lived in the Chicago burbs, she is looking forward to once again enjoying the bike paths, metra trains and farmers markets.
Hannah is in her second year as the Graduate Resident Advisor in Williston and is enrolled in the Christian Formation and Ministry Program, with an emphasis in Student Development. She fares from the desert land of Gilbert, Arizona, and has developed an appreciation for the 120 degree summers after moving to Chicago to attend Moody Bible Institute for undergrad, where she received a degree in Women’s Ministry Interdisciplinary Theology. She loves listening and playing music, drinking more coffee than what is FDA approved, and curling up on the couch with a nerdy sci-fi film. For the past year she has been involved in an intensive ministry leadership development program at Mclean Bible Church in Washington, DC, and is excited to be back with college students working in student development.