Rev. Dr. Hannah Adams Ingram is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. She received her BA from Anderson University, where she majored in Bible and Religion with a minor in Non-Profit Business. She then completed her MTS at Emory University, where she was involved in youth ministry, campus activities, and prison education. She earned her PhD in Religious and Psychological Studies from University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology, where her research focuses were practical theology and higher education. She has served in parish and university settings in many different roles including teaching, event planning, residence life, consulting in the writing center, and more. She can be reached by email at hadamsingram@FranklinCollege.edu or by phone at 317.738.8140.
Taylor Condre is the Religious Life intern for worship and outreach. She is a lifelong member of the Disciples of Christ and plans to attend seminary after graduation. She is a religious studies major and French minor. She is involved with FC Pride Alliance, Religious Life, and the Modern Language house. She is passionate about religious inclusion, feminism and napping.
Tori Sexton is the Religious Life intern for social justice and hospitality. She is a Junior who is majoring in political science and sociology, on the criminal justice track. She is the religious life representative for student congress. She is passionate about body positivity, social equality, and feminism.