• Hometown: Pittsburg, Pennsylvania • College: Centre College – Danville, Kentucky • Major: BA in History • Internship: Still seeking internship
Caroline Clark (Caro)
Caroline Clark (Caro) grew up in Winston Salem, North Carolina and went to college in a small mountain town in Boone, NC. She graduated from Appalachian State University in December 2017 with a major in Psychology (Human Services) and a minor in Studio Art, concentrating in Metalsmithing. While in Boone, Caro has volunteered for the Western Youth Network as a mentor for lower-income kids, was a part of the Reformed University Fellowship on campus, and also worked in a plant nursery at Goldenrod Gardens. She enjoys being outside, traveling, and "The Office".
Jordan Gundersen is a 2017 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where she studied Journalism, concentrating in Public Relations. During her time at UNC-CH, Jordan was an active member in her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, where she held the executive positions of Risk Education and Prevention chair and Chaplain. She was also a student leader with Greek Life, a CRU ministry for students in the Greek system, which is where she realized her passion for missions. Jordan was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but was raised in Flower Mound, Texas, where her family moved when she was nearly 4. Jordan loves dogs, reading, exercising, deep conversations about life, and a good cup of coffee.
Brittany Naumann is a 2018 graduate of Roanoke College in Salem, VA, where she majored in Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience and a minor in Christian Studies. While in school, Brittany was heavily involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, where she was a small group leader and president. Brittany was born and raised in College Station, TX and she has returned there to work every summer since she started college. She enjoys baking, reading, and drinking good coffee.
Abby Leake is a 2018 graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Communication with a minor in Entrepreneurship. While in college, Abby was an active student leader with The Cross, ministry for Greek Life where she developed a passion for service, specifically coordinating service events. Born and raised in Knoxville, TN, Abby wanted to follow her faith journey to Dallas. She loves outdoor recreation, gardening, and biking.
Michelle Ribble is a 2018 graduate of Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS, where she studied Journalism and Mass Communication with a concentration in Public Relations. She also received a nonprofit leadership minor. While in college, Michelle was an active student college leader with Young Life. She is excited to move from her hometown of Manhattan, KS to the Dallas area. She enjoys spending time in coffee shops, crocheting and spending time with those she loves.