Rachel Harran is the Team Director for the FOCUS missionary team here at Columbia University. She is from Ireland, where she studied English and Theology at NUI Maynooth. Before moving to NYC she served as a missionary with FOCUS for two years at the University of Texas in Austin. Rachel loves living in New York City! In her spare time she likes to explore the city, draw and paint, read and hang out with friends and family.
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Natasha is a recent graduate of Temple University with a dual major in Political Science and Spanish. Originally from Pennsylvania, Natasha is an avid traveler and has visited 17 countries over the past five years. Some of the things that she's looking forward to doing while in NYC are grabbing dinner in China Town and going ice skating in Bryant Park.
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Paul Wessel is a first year FOCUS missionary from Missouri. He graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Benedictine College in December 2018. Paul enjoys outdoor activities, playing sports, and exploring the city. He loves to meet new students and to talk about engineering, sports, philosophy, and theology.
Contact Paul at 636-358-6836 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting or discuss Bible study opportunities!
Andres is from Indiana - the heart of the Midwest. He is also a recent graduate from Ball State University's College of Architecture and Planning where he studied Urban Planning and Development with a concentration in Real Estate. He enjoys spending time doing any activity outdoors, sharing a smoke, or grabbing a beer with his friends.
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Ex-Dominican Novice, Unemployed
Michael Jopling is a pure legend from San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a major in percussion performance and a minor in chemistry. Recently, he ended his short tenure with FOCUS to join the Dominicans; even more recently, he determined that his advanced theological knowledge was too powerful for any one order. In his free time you will probably find Michael studying anything from the late Roman Empire and the writings of St. Augustine to Baroque artwork and Renaissance sacred music.
If you know of any employment opportunities, please contact Michael Jopling via hand-written note.