Khalilah attended Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary. She now works at Tufts University in Massachusetts and is pursuing a second master’s degree at Lesley University.

A law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, John attended Duke University and is a proud fan of the reigning basketball national champions, the Duke Blue Devils.

Christy calls Vietnam home and works there with a start-up. She is a graduate of the University of Oxford and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Daniel Waheli is married and a father of two children. For sixteen years he worked in Africa towards the establishment of movements to Jesus among Muslims.

As part of the ministry of Urbana, works to prepare people for Urbana and debrief their experience after the conference. We do this:

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Kerry assists with the Believers in Business Conference held annually in New York for MBA students and professionals.

Susan leads and directs the staff team in Greater Boston for InterVarsity’s Undergraduate and Faculty Ministries. She has served with InterVarsity for 15 years.

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