2019 WARDENS

Hannah Call & Nathan Troutman

 
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Nathan Troutman (2020)

This spring is my first semester as a transfer to William and Mary, but I've been graciously included in Canterbury since I moved to Williamsburg last fall to be a student at Thomas Nelson Community College. Prior to landing in Williamsburg I spent a year at Wheaton College in Chicago, where I concluded that I liked the East Coast, having grown up in Burke, VA, a whole lot. I'm planning on majoring in History at W&M, and when I'm not trying to reconcile that and becoming employable I enjoy playing Spikeball with the illustrious president of the Tribe Spikeball Club, Ben Christenson, and watching movies. I'm excited to help Canterbury continue to function as the substantive and dynamic ministry that I have often experienced it to be in the past, and I'm looking forward to working with Father Dan and all of you to do so. 

Hannah Call (2020)

I'm a junior from Harrisonburg, Va.  I'm studying biology and public health and I'm involved in Botany Club and milkweed research.  I spend my free time reading, knitting, or watching movies with friends.  I've been involved with Canterbury's work with the REAL Life program which helps men successfully transition from prison to normal life.  I'm looking forward working with you all to grow Canterbury and its good works!