Meet our Alumni
Kevin is now serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Peru after William & Mary graduated him with a BA in philosophy. He writes, "The friends that I made at Canterbury welcomed me with open arms and helped to make W&M home. Canterbury met me where I was and invited me to grow in my relationship with God, whether through casual conversation or encouraging me to commit to regular, weekly worship. Canterbury provided many avenues for fellowship and faith exploration, such as relaxed Bible study groups, offering faith-based leadership roles, and the once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral as our Spring Break trip."
William & Mary graduated Andy in 2014 with a Bachelors of Arts, at which time he joined the Young Adult Service Corps of the Episcopal Church and worked as a missioner for a year in Tanzania. He is now serving as a fellow in the Episcopal Service Corps program in Atlanta. He writes, "Canterbury was a place where I could explore Christian faith. I found an environment in Canterbury where students were joyfully celebrating Christianity, all the while honestly grappling with difficult questions about one's relationship with God. I cannot imagine my college experience without the sometimes goofy, sometimes serious, but all the time loving community that is Canterbury."
After graduation, Caitlyn served for two years in the Episcopal Service Corps with The Abraham Project in Winston Sale, NC. She is currently studying to receive a Masters of Divinity through Berkeley Episcopal Seminary at Yale. She is passionate about parish ministry, parish-founded nonprofits, and has a crazy dream of starting a semi-monastic community that brews beer in the old monastic tradition. She writes, "I can't say enough good things about my time in Canterbury: I found and became rooted in my identity in Christ through the Anglican tradition, I was encouraged and found my call to ordained ministry, and I learned how to be a spiritual and religious leader."
Br. James is a William & Mary alumnus and former Canterburian. Prior to entering the monastery, Br. James lived in New York City (where he is from originally) and where he worked for more than twenty years as a director of theater productions and numerous live events for television. He entered the Order of the Holy Cross, a Benedictine Anglican monastic community founded in 1884, and has served in the West Park, New York monastery and the Mariya uMama weThemba Monastery in Grahamstown, South Africa. Br. James is currently serving as "Monk in Residence" at Trinity Cathedral in the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska.
Adam Morrow earned his Master of Accounting from The College of William & Mary after graduating summa cum laude from The University of Alabama. Mr. Morrow has served as trustee for The Episcopal Diocese of New York and Diocesan Investment Trust since September of 2015. As a trustee, he oversees the administration of over $100 million in investable assets and several billion dollars in real assets. Mr. Morrow joined J.P. Morgan from Ernst & Young’s international tax practice where his focus was on that of U.S. investment in foreign structured products. He is an active Churchgoer and is also involved in the New York arts scene -- most notably as a Young patron of the New York City Ballet.
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