The Nashville Fellows 2018-19

The Nashville Fellows Program is a nine-month Christian leadership and discipleship program for young adults. We offer recent college graduates a holistic opportunity to enhance their understanding of who they are called to be in Christ and engage with their calling to advance God's kingdom in both their future vocation and every aspect of life. 

The Fellows Program runs from late August to May and is hosted by a collaboration of three churches in the Nashville area. Through this unique ecumenical approach, we seek to equip young people to both understand the relevance of Christ in our culture and develop a framework for engaging this culture towards His redemptive and transformative power.

Read more about The Nashville Fellows at thenashvillefellows.com.

St. George's is delighted to be hosting these fellows for the 2018-19 program year:

 

Alicia Dahlman, Milwaukee, WI

Miami University: Economics with a concentration in Sustainability & Environmental Science

While at Miami University, Alicia developed a passion for business development & analytics through her time in the classroom. Outside of the classroom, her time spent as a Young Life leader in college and camp counselor during the summers grew her love for working with people and helping them flourish. In combining both her passion for people and business, Alicia excelled as a Financial Representative Intern at Northwestern Mutual by finishing as the top summer intern in premium sales. She just finished up a summer at FIS where she was able to stretch the analytical side of her brain as an Implementation-Conversion Analyst Intern on the Zelle project team. She looks forward to utilizing her analytical skills and passion for people in the next season of her life in Nashville.

 

Julie Gibbons, Fairfax Station, VA

Elon University: Economics & Communications

While studying at Elon, Julie was a volunteer Young Life leader at a local high school and oversaw the Intramural department for Elon Campus Recreation. She has used these experiences to grow in leadership and a desire to serve the people around her. She also has experiences from two summer internships as a Human Resource (HR) Intern that has increased her passion for serving within the company she is working.

 

 

 

Daniel Huff, Elsie, MI

Grove City College: Communication Studies with a Minor in Biblical & Religious Studies

While attending Grove City, Daniel served for three years as a member and executive in Orientation Board, a ministry that seeks to welcome and serve incoming students. He spent one year working with an on-campus group called Project Okello to fundraise for missionaries in Uganda. For two years during his summers and Christmas breaks he travelled to Jamaica and worked as an intern at Robin’s Nest Children’s Home. Daniel hopes to continue growing closer to Jesus and serving Him wherever He leads.

 

 

Noemie Mutumbo, Democratic Republic of Congo

Martin Methodist College: Business Administration with an emphasis in Management & a Minor in Accounting

Originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Noemie attended MMC where she obtained a degree in Business Administration and also has a keen interest in the field of Marketing. She sees her varied business experiences and her tetralingual ability as professional assets beneficial in today’s business world. While at MMC Noemie was actively involved in leadership, serving as co-leader of La Conexion, an interfaith and multicultural club. Throughout her undergraduate years, Noemie interned in the marketing field. She hopes to build a career in marketing, a path that will sharpen her creative and interpersonal skills. Her summer experiences consisted of being an intern with QuadW Missional, a faith-based organization that encourages college students to be salt and     light within different communities of the country.