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Originally form McLean, Va. and a 2014 graduate of the College of William and Mary majoring in history and religious studies, Robin is particularly interested in the history of southern Africa. Active in the vibrant Episcopal campus ministry at William and Mary, Robin enjoys hiking, fishing, acting, a hot cup of tea, and South African pop music. Though grad school is a long term priority, for now he is excited to be heading to Winston-Salem to learn what the Lord has in store for him.
Rebecca has just graduated from University of North Carolina at Asheville after studying Spanish and Religious Studies. She is excited to be a part of St. Timothy’s as she loves ministry and is overwhelmed and thankful for this opportunity to serve with The Abraham Project.
Kathryn “Katie” Harperkatie@theabrahamproject.net
A 2014 graduate from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in History and Peace War and Defense with a minor in Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Katie is originally from Durham. She confesses to a pretty serious tea addiction, along with a weakness for books, shoes, and puppies. Katie is incredibly excited to be working with The Abraham Project while growing with and learning from the St. Timothy’s community!
Kathryn “Katie” Harper
Chloe recently moved back to her hometown of Spring, Texas after attending Tulane University and earning a master’s degree at the University of New Orleans. She has been teaching science to pre-K through fourth graders at a private Episcopal school in West Houston but she is excited to move to North Carolina to serve with The Abraham Project.
Born in New Orleans, Hanna moved soon after to Bethany, W.Va. where she grew up as an active member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wheeling. She graduated this past December from West Liberty University with a Bachelor’s of Elementary Education and minors in Early Childhood Education and Special Education. She is working toward her teaching certification and looks forward to joining The Abraham Project this fall.
Caitlyn is a second year Abraham Project intern and fulfills this year’s service placement as the Formation Assistant at St. Timothy’s. When she’s not at church, you can find her scurrying up a rock wall or chilling out in various yoga poses. She often thinks faster than her mouth works, and believes life is grand when you wear toe-shoes with dresses. She also enjoys Scotch tasting, though she often cannot afford it. Originally from Pueblo, CO, she would love to go back to her home state someday –anywhere but Pueblo, that is. She is currently in the discernment process for the priesthood in the Diocese of North Carolina and is excited to see where that takes her.