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The 2018
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Class

Announcing the Gotham Fellowship class of 2018!

Gotham is a nine-month program that provides theological, spiritual, and relational foundations required for meaningful and sustainable integration of faith and work.

Alan Geygan
Alex Lee
Ali Bickelmann
Andrew Fuqua
Angela Afandi
Anne Boccato
April Bang
Ben Daus-Haberle
Benjamin Hsu
Brad Wilson
Brittany Gahan
Carisa Cotera
Carly Orléach
Casey Drummond
Chad Burgess
Ching See Lau
Daniel Crosby
Elizabeth Park
Essay Worabo
Esther Lee
Eunice Shin-Lai
Frederic Repond
Gabriel Seidel
Gavin Thompson
Hanna Yesuf
Hetty Kim
Hilary Merlo
James Chen
Jennifer Estebo
Jennifer Tharp
Jessica Repond
Jinny Ree
Joanie Brittingham
Jody Porowski
Jonathan Flores
Kate Rhodes
Katie Rodammer
Kelly Stapleton
Lewis Headden
Mark Engle
Marvin Hohertz
Mason Mandy
Matthew Perkins
Meredith Stapleton
Mike Kumaresan
Pedro Borges
Rebecca Oh
Rebecca Timms
Richard Lai
Ruth Leary
Soo Kim
Stephanie Cunningham
Stephen Carlson
Stewart Bachan
Tanya Elshahawi
Ty Popplewell
Vanessa Leong
Vincent Kim

 

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Judith Shulevitz: Sabbath in a Time of Unrest

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