Students who partnered with the Center for Reconciliation during their time at Duke Divinity School are pursuing post-graduation ministries of reconciliation in congregations, non-profits and communities in the United States and throughout the world.
Where they are Now
- Amey Victoria Adkins (D'09) is a third-year Ph.D. student in religion, focusing on Christian theological studies, at Duke University.
- Reynolds Chapman (D’11) is the Minister of Adult Discipleship and Witness at Duke Memorial United Methodist Church in Durham, N.C.
- Amanda Diekman (D'10) is co-pastor of Durham Church, a worshipping community located in Durham, N.C., that longs to be as diverse as the city, to live in solidarity with vulnerable people, and to serve its neighbors.
- Darriel Harris (D'11) is the project coordinator for a community health education initiative part of the Episcopal Church of Sudan in South Sudan.
- Ross Kane (D'09) is an assistant pastor at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alexandria, Va., where he coordinates outreach and adult education ministries. In addition, he is a part-time Ph.D. student in theology and ethics at the University of Virginia.
- John Kiess (D’11) completed his Ph.D. in theology and ethics at Duke University. He is assistant professor of theology at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, Md.
- Tolu Sosanya (D’10) is the co-director of the New Song College & Career program, a college and vocational preparatory program for high school students in Baltimore, Md.
- Cari Willis (D'09) is the newly appointed Associate Director for Disciple Bible Outreach Ministries, a non-profit that aims to strengthen Bible studies in local churches and in ministry outreach settings such as prisons.