COLLEAGUE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 

 

Terrell Hawkins

Sojourner Support, 2017 Krista Colleague

Terrell Hawkins works in Tacoma, WA alongside two others in their Mentorship Business BROTHAS (Battling Real Obstacles Together Helping Achieve Success). Based in the 3 principles of Honor, Integrity and Respect, they provide youth with academic help and skills that allow them to better themselves and their community.Outside of this, he is a Para-Educator at IDEA High School (Industrial Design Engineering and Art) where he serves as a Study Skills teacher. When he is not doing either of these things, you will most likely find Terrell somewhere having a “deep” conversation, laughing way to loud or listening to Drake.   

Maren Haynes Marchesini

Service Ethics, 2007 Krista Colleague

Maren spent one year volunteering with the Presbyterian Church (USA)'s Young Adult Volunteer Program in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands of Tucson, Arizona. There, she worked with homeless and migrant communities on a variety of humanitarian aid projects through Southside Presbyterian Church. Maren then moved to Seattle to pursue a PhD in Ethnomusicology, studying the intersections between identity, power, participation, and music genre in American Christianity. She now lives in Montana with her husband Michael Marchesini (also a Krista colleague) where she teaches at Montana State University, directs music and worship at a church, and leads community youth music ensembles. 

Lindsey Hendrixson

Board Liason, 2009 Krista Colleague

Lindsey Hendrixson joined the Krista Colleague community in 2009 as she was preparing for a year of spending time with youth in Kampala, Uganda through the Mennonite Central Committee’s SALT program. Returning home, she felt the need to further develop “hard” skills to be better equipped to love and serve communities – whether in the States or internationally.  This led to earning a Master of Social Work degree at Columbia University, and the unintended consequence of living far from the NYC subway lines – the joy of a bicycle! Her social work experience includes working with refugee families resettling in Seattle, defendants in NYC and now with those living with Multiple Sclerosis across the U.S. Her husband, Andrew, is a studio artist, and they dream of vocational convergence somewhere at the intersection of faith, art and loving their neighbors.

Damon Motz-Storey

Community Building, 2017 Krista Colleague

Damon Motz-Storey (he/him/his, they/them/theirs) has lived in the Rocky Mountains, the Philadelphia suburbs, and now the city of Portland, Oregon. He served with the Quaker Voluntary Service in Portland, OR in 2016-2017 as the Program Assistant for Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, where he is now the Healthy Climate Program Director leading regional climate advocacy efforts from a public health perspective. A lifelong Quaker, Damon is passionate about creative storytelling as a means for social change, whether through campaign messaging, choral music, or drag queen performances. They enjoy riding their bike, cooking big meals, and hosting theme parties.

Erin Routledge

CAST Liason, 2016 Krista Colleague

Erin Routledge attended Gonzaga University where she studied civil engineering, a career that brings together her love of math and science with real-world problem solving. Following graduation, Erin served with Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Houston, TX where she provided academic support for math and science classes as well as assistance in the college readiness department at a high school that prepared students with limited economic resources with a college preparatory education. After her time in Houston, she landed back in her hometown of Everett, WA where she works as a transportation design engineer for a local engineering firm and seeks to design spaces and places that bring people together. Her passions include inspiring more women to pursue careers in STEM and finding new coffee shops to frequent.

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BOARD & ADVISORS

 

Josh Armstrong

Jeanne Blair

JPaul Fridenmaker

Executive Member

Woody Garvin

Jim Hunt

Co-Founder

Co-founder of the Krista Foundation, Jim taught history at Whitworth University for over 25 years. Taking college students to Central America sparked Jim's research interest on the influence of youthful travel on future leadership, as well as his book, Restless Fires: Young John Muir's 1000 Mile Walk to the Gulf (Mercer University Press). 

Richard Kelley

Vice President

Joe Martinez

Hierald Osorto

Secretary

Taylor Tibbs

Board President

Becky Wilcox

Treasurer

Sharon Daloz Parks

Advisory Board

Linda Hunt

Board Emeritus, Co-Founder

Co-founder and initial director of the Krista Foundation, Linda taught writing in the English department at Whitworth University for twenty years where she also served as faculty director for their innovative Service-Learning program. A freelance writer and national speaker, her bestselling book Bold Spirit, a true story of a mother and daughter who walked across Victorian America (www.boldspiritacrossamerica.com), received regional and national awards. Mother of Krista, she finds gardening a source of healing and joy, and delights in friendships with Krista Colleagues.

J. Derek McNeil

Advisory Board

Raymond Reyes

Advisory Board

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