Martin Jimenez, M.Div.
Martin Jimenez, MDiv came to work on this grant after almost a decade in administrative support at Fuller Seminary (Seattle) and a short ministry stint at University Presbyterian Church (Seattle). He is Certified Ready for Examination, Pending a Call in the PCUSA and worships at Northminster Presbyterian Church where he is a Ruling Elder. He lives in Greenwood with his wife Ali and his daughter Petra. He maintains his connection with his native California by rooting for CA sports teams and embraces the PNW by hiking with Mariners, Seahawks, and Sounders fans.
Rev. Dr. Jeff Keuss
Jeff Keuss, PhD is Professor of Christian Ministry, Theology, and Culture at Seattle Pacific University and is ordained PCUSA. He brings over 30 years of leadership and managerial experience in higher education, health care, and social services administration both in the US and UK to his various roles as a Professor, Director of the University Scholars Honors Program, and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies for Seattle Pacific Seminary. As seen in his $1.5 million grant acquisition from the Lilly Endowment for the development of Pivot NW, he is motivated to find and manage new revenue streams to continue the work of higher education that is both legacy driven and future facing.
Dr. Helen Chung
Assistant Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology
Dr. Helen Chung is an industrial-organizational psychologist with broad scholarship interests in narrative and storytelling, leadership, and spirituality and faith in work. She is passionate about examining the narratives that animate people in their work, leadership models and practices that foster inclusive communities, and the role of organizations in developing just ecosystems for individual and collective flourishing. She teaches courses in organizational behavior, motivation, leadership and teams, and history and systems of psychology. Learn more about Dr. Chung here.