After working in federal public policy and media relations for the U.S. Congress and the American Electronics Association in Washington, D.C. for six years, Geoff followed a call to Christian ministry. He served as the dean of students and lecturer in theology and philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary. Geoff has spent the past 15 years on the Washington D.C. campus of Reformed Theological Seminary.
Geoff graduated from Reformed Theological Seminary with a masters of art. He went on to study systematic theology, ethics, and philosophical theology as a Ph.D. student at the Catholic University of America.
Geoff enjoys studying and discussing Christian discipleship, theology, and philosophy. He also enjoys running, biking, and competing in triathlon. He, his wife Heather, and their four young children enjoy exploring, playing, and laughing.
Ministry Fellow at Cornell
Carrie, a native Mississippian, earned a BS in Hospitality Management from The University of Mississippi and an MA of Theological Studies from Covenant Theological Seminary. She has over 15 years of work experience in ministry, most of which has been ministering to students through her work with Young Life (Oxford, MS and St. Louis, MO), Park Cities Presbyterian Church (Dallas, Texas), and Reformed University Fellowship (The University of Arkansas). She also worked with Mission to the World as a missionary to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where she partnered with a local NGO ministering to victims of human trafficking and served on a church planting team. Carrie really enjoys events and retreats and studying and teaching the Bible, but her favorite part of ministry is relational discipleship – walking alongside students in their life, faith, and struggles as a friend, an encourager, and a mentor.
Ministry Fellow at Cornell
Jordan Cooper hails from Western Massachusetts. He graduated from Geneva College with a B.A. in Biblical Studies, and then continued his studies through the Wittenberg Institute, the American Lutheran Theological Seminary, and most recently the South African Theological Seminary to obtain a PhD in Systematic Theology. He served in congregational ministry for five years before receiving his call to serve the students at Cornell University. He has also authored several books and articles, and produces a weekly podcast about theology.
Jordan has a wife and two young boys. Along with theology and philosophy, he enjoys drinking quality coffee, playing video games with his sons, and watching or reading anything related to Star Wars.
Ministry Intern at Cornell
Hannah is from Medina, New York. She spent one year at Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC before transferring to Cornell University. Hannah graduated Cornell with a BS in Design and Environmental Analysis and minored in Education. During her time at Cornell she discovered her gifting in teaching and mentoring women by leading Christian Union bible studies. She also served Christian Union as outreach leader and helped organize community worship events.
Hannah's interests lie at the intersection of faith, art & design, and education. She loves running, swing dancing, small-scale concerts, painting, and tea. She finds the truest joy in helping others discover who they are in Christ and how they can interact with the world.
Ministry Assistant at Cornell
Liz earned her B.A. in Geology from The College of Wooster, where she was also an All-American diver, and a Masters degree in Secondary Science Education from The University of Virginia. She worked as a middle school science teacher for six years before taking time off to be at home with her children.
Liz is married to her husband Jim and has two children, JT and Ella, ages 13 and 11. In her free time Liz enjoys the outdoors, hiking, cooking, dance, music, reading, and watching JT and Ella play golf and lacrosse. Liz has always been active with the ministry at Cornell and in 2016 she joined staff as a part-time ministry assistant.
"And now these three remain; faith hope and love. But the greatest of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13