When Patience Guides a Working Mother’s Ambition

Wife, mother, vice president: the three leading roles that Florecita (Carías) Mejía ’08 plays daily. The ambitious businesswoman has her hands full between her growing family and a leadership role at Bank of New York Mellon.

‘Evangelicals and Immigration’ Study Sheds Important New Light on How Evangelicals are Wrestling with Immigration

The role of religion, particularly evangelical Protestant Christianity, on Immigration. Where are the divides and what is the role of the Church?

Alana Mann ’19: Trading in the End Times for a New Beginning

At age 16, Alana Farley went up to the airport counter in Kauai, Hawaii, and bought a plane ticket to California. She had a rolling backpack filled with her belongings and was hoping to leave the island before the missing child report caught up with her.

Toussaint Williams ’18: Future Transnational Bridge-builder

Toussaint Williams ’18 is on a mission to build bridges between Jamaica and China. With a knack for Mandarin Chinese and a heart for his native Jamaica, he is on scholarship at the Beijing Language and Culture University.

Julia Spruance ’11: Shattering a Stigma at 19,000 feet

In 2011, for the first time in Kilifi County, Kenya, parents of hearing-impaired children were saying, “I want to communicate with my child.” Julia Spruance’s 100 Signs for Parents in Kenya Sign-Language was their introduction.