Blane has served on staff at AU Chi Alpha for several years and became the Director in the Fall of 2014. This New Mexico native is a graduate of the University of Alabama but has fallen in love with the big city. He and his wife (Hannah) moved to DC to complete the DC Chi Alpha CMIT Program in the Fall of 2011. They are parents to a beautiful baby: Jeremiah Joel Young!
You'll find him biking around DC in search of a coffee by day and pouring over a book by night.
A Buffalo native, Natalie is best known for her unique vocals and indie style. After graduating from American University with a degree in Anthropology, Natalie completed the DC Chi Alpha CMIT Program. After that, she joined the Chi Alpha staff bringing with her a heart for missions and worship.
When she's not composing a new song on her guitar, you can probably find her catching up with her family.
Josh joined the staff of Chi Alpha in Fall 2015 alongside his wife, Brittney. With a graduate degree in Theological Studies, and a Bachelor's degree in Ministry Leadership from Toccoa Falls College, Josh is passionate about equipping college students to learn more and lead others well. Originally from south Georgia, he is looking forward to the transition to the big city, where he could probably be found in one of the various museums, coffee shops, or book stores around DC. In his spare time, Josh can be found with a book, a video game, or outdoors in a hammock, normally fueled by caffeine.
As a recent graduate with her degree in Cross-Cultural Studies from Toccoa Falls College, Brittney is joined the staff of Chi Alpha at American University in Fall 2015 with her husband, Josh. This small-town Georgia native was excited to shake up her lifestyle and become part of the big city. She has a heart for international students and a passion for exploring new cultures - specifically trying new international foods. In her spare time, Brittney enjoys taking short trips to new places and scouring local thrift stores for a new project. She is passionate about having deep conversations, and about creating home wherever she is.
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