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I recently graduated from the University of Virginia with my Master of Public Health degree. I enjoy being active in the community and giving back locally, having previously been involved with the Fauquier Free Clinic, the Town of Warrenton, and the PATH Foundation.
I have been a part of Saint James’ since 2000. Since that time, I have been actively involved in youth programming and the coordination of mission trips to South Carolina and West Virginia – my most cherished experiences with the Saint James’ family.
I am proud to be a part of Saint James’ because of our active involvement in the community. Parishioners give back intentionally both to the church and beyond, making Saint James’ a vital part of our community. Moreover, we are a part of the community that opens its arms to others in their time of need.
I would love to see Saint James’ continue adult education groups throughout the year. I was part of several during my time at Christ Episcopal in Charlottesville, and hope that I can bring some of that experience to Saint James’ as we delve into this important ministry.