The Campolo Center for Ministry is committed to partnering with students who have demonstrated a calling, giftedness and commitment to vocational Christian service. We are, therefore, pleased to introduce some very fine students who have done just that. While each scholar possess unique gifts and aptitudes, they share a common determination to offer those gifts in service to Christ and His kingdom. Whether it is ministering to the sick as a medical missionary, preaching as a full time pastor, or comforting the mourning with prayer and song, we are confident these scholars will help revitalize the Churches and communities they serve.

We invite you to prayerfully learn more about each scholar by hovering over their picture.

The Next Generation Of Church Leaders

Abigail Fell-Dewalt, ’20

Abi is from Pine City, NY and her two biggest passions are sharing the gospel and the Spanish language. Naturally, Abi is a Spanish major! When she graduates, she intends to use her proficiency in this language in her work as a missionary to the Spanish speaking community both here and abroad.

Aidan Link, ’23

Aidan is a Youth Ministry major from Perkasie, PA.

“My fellow scholars are so encouraging, and the opportunity to receive insight from those who have already dedicated their lives to sharing the good news of Jesus is incredible.”

Ally Bartlett, ’19

Ally is from Galax, VA and is majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Biblical Studies. She’s already serving on staff at the Hopewell United Methodist Church as the Coordinator of Young Adult Ministries. After graduation, Ally intends to pursue seminary to prepare for pastoral ministry.

Angelo Soto, ’21

Angelo is a Political Science major from Ann Arbor, MI and he’s brought his servant’s heart and calling to do God’s work to Eastern University. Angelo is preparing to use law to advocate for the marginalized like Eastern Alum, Bryan Stevenson.

Andrew Kanzler, 21

Andrew is a Social Work major from Tacoma, WA.

 

Brittney Daniel, ’18

Brittney is from Allentown, PA and she is actually the first Campolo Scholar to graduate from Eastern University! After earning her degree in Missions and Anthropology, Brittney continued her studies by attending seminary at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA.

Dakota Stott ’24

Dakota is double majoring in Youth Ministry and Psychology in preparation for service as a youth pastor.

“I know that the adolescent years are when many kids lose their faith or get pushed away from God. As a youth pastor, I want to help prevent that from happening.”

Emily Pastin, ’19

Emily is from Douglassville, PA and, in addition to being a Campolo Scholar, she is a member of the Leadership Fellows Program and served as a chaplain in Eastern’s Student Chaplain Program. Emily majored in Business Management with a minor in Dance. She has a passion for sharing the love of Jesus with children and teens through the performing arts and intends to continue this ministry after graduation.

Jabre Harris, ’22

Jabre is a from Virginia Beach, VA and is double majoring in Biblical Studies and Youth Ministries and Missions.

“After I graduate, I am going to go into seminary for my Masters of Divinity to continue my journey into pastoral ministry.”

Jaclyn Favaroso, ’20

Jaclyn is from Quakertown, PA and is double majoring in Youth Ministry and Anthropology/Missions.

Johanny Baez, ’22

Johanny is a Psychology major from Santiago, Dominican Republic.

“As a future psychologist, I aspire to make a positive impact on the mental health of kids and adolescents throughout the world, especially those who have lost their hope and faith.”

Jon Galdames-Henry, ’19

Jon Galdames-Henry is a Youth Ministry major from Fairfax, VA. He is now serving as the Youth and Family Minister, at Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in northern Virginia.

Karen Bennet , ’22

Karen is a M.Div. candidate at Eastern University’s Palmer Theological Seminary. Karen is formally preparing for the pastorate where she is called to shepherd the church.

“As a Campolo scholar, pastoral intern, coach, wife, and mother, I have participated in meaningful mentoring relationships. I am grateful to the Campolo Center for Ministry for building, investing, and nurturing transformative relationships in Christ.”

Lenise Morales, ’19

Lenise Morales is from Philadelphia, PA and graduated with a degree in Entrepreneurial Studies. Lenise is a worship leader and singer-songwriter who is pursuing a music ministry that will bring hope to those who hear her music.

Michelle Miles, ’19

Michelle is from Woodstown, NJ and graduated with a degree in Youth Ministry and Biblical Studies. She is now serving as the Children and Family Minister at Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in Northern Virginia.

Samarah Pacheco, ’24

Samarah is a Music major from Flanders, NJ and co-leads worship on campus.

I would like to use my talent to bring people to the Lord and to share my testimony around the world. In the future, I would like to go into youth ministry and help the next generation find God and seek Him and His word.”

Saroj Chettri, ’22

Saroj is from Nepal and is pursuing a Masters of Divinity to best serve the underprivileged people of Nepal with the support of the local churches there.

“From the weekly fellowship meetings to my mentorship by Tony, the Campolo Center is helping me to grow spiritually and make me stronger in my vocation.”

Shavay Ellis, ’23

Shavay is a Nursing major from Philadelphia, PA and is preparing for service as a missionary nurse.

“Building the kingdom of God through the medical field has always been a passion of mine and the Campolo Scholars program is helping me to become the strong Christian leader that I need to be to achieve that goal.”

Stephanie Rodriguez, ’19

Stephanie is a Nursing major from Philadelphia, PA. She grew up going on overseas mission trips and is working towards serving as a full time medical missionary.

Will Abbott, ’19

Will is a Theology and Biblical Studies major from West Chester, PA. He has spent the summer serving with his church at an orphanage in Mexico and leads weekly Bible studies with teens at two local high schools.