Jonathan Beasley has served as a Student Service representative since last July. He has proven himself to be an excellent representative of our office by crafting creative payment plans, passionately leading devotions, and diligently completing special projects. His original and analytical thinking has also benefited the office in the creation of a safety team that actively participates in ensuring the welfare of the office. When interacting with Beasley, it is clear that he is an outstanding asset to Student Accounts.
John Cartwright has been with the School of Religion for four years and has served in multiple capacities as assistant professor, faculty curriculum council chair, assessment coordinator, School of Religion-Liberty University Online department chair, and assistant to the associate dean. His leadership skills, work ethic, and sense of humor have made him an integral part of the School of Religion team. In addition to his dedicated work at the office, Cartwright is working hard to finish his Doctorate of Education degree with research in the area of best practices for online theological ministry training. We are proud of his hard work!
Young Choi is an invaluable member of the Seminary staff. As administrator for the Korean Center, Choi coordinates a variety of activities that span the globe. He communicates regularly with students and faculty in the Republic of Korea, in addition to Korean students and faculty in the United States. Along with helping to schedule courses and recruit online faculty, he assists Korean students with visas and U.S. State Department regulations and forms required for international students. He also helps Korean students transition to American life. The seminary is proud to have Young Choi on its team.
From the moment Justin Combs began at Liberty, he has strived to excel at each of his endeavors. Combs is tenacious and has a servant’s heart to meet the needs of our students, no matter how big or small. Combs’ genuine love for others is demonstrated in the way he serves our staff and students, often offering encouragement and praying with those who need support. He consistently chooses a positive attitude, and his strong work ethic reflects his godly character.
We are proud to announce that Alan Detweiler is the Field Operations employee of the month. Detweiler’s professional expertise and commitment to excellence is a great asset to Liberty University. He has a great can-do attitude along with a servant's heart. It is an honor and pleasure to work with such a dedicated employee. h!
In 1976, God led Dane Emerick and his wife (Joan) to Lynchburg, Va., so that Emerick could further his education at what is now Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary. Emerick majored in pastoral counseling and Christian education. After his first semester, Emerick was hired as a resident director for Student Affairs. Emerick displayed great commitment to Liberty University students, and in 1978 he became the dean of men, a position he held for 28 years. Emeick currently serves as senior campus pastor and is an irreplaceable asset to the Campus Pastors Office. We are so grateful for the wisdom, joy, and sincere love for students that Emerick brings to this position.
Korie Honaker is from Woodstock, Georgia. She came to Liberty in 2008 to pursue her degree in youth ministries. She has since graduated and started working as an administrative assistant in the Office of Student Leadership. Her smiling face and warm personality make working with her a pleasure. Honaker constantly seeks to help others and continues to display a positive attitude. She is an absolute delight as she shines the light of our Savior in all she says and does!
Christiana Moos serves as administrative assistant to the faculty of the Helms School of Government. Moos brings professional competence, a sunny disposition, and Christ-like character to that position and plays a pivotal role in ensuring that our students receive the care, attention, and direction they need. Whether assisting with special events, coordinating speakers, assisting with communications to our faculty and students, or acting as the first point of contact in the Helms School of Government, Moos constantly strives for excellence and exemplifies servant-leadership. We are blessed to have her on our team.
With 16 years of design experience, 8 years at Liberty, and 3 years overseeing Liberty’s branding, Josh Rice is a highly valued member of Marketing’s leadership. As part of the quality control team, he reviews the design and branding aspect of projects. He is also the primary designer for branding initiatives and leads a coalition of all the designers. He can identify points not yet considered and ask questions that spur further thought on a subject. He instinctively knows when to speak and when to listen, and his abilities to discern the heart of someone's confusion and the crux of a conflict are invaluable to our efforts. For all of his strengths, we are most grateful that the power of the Gospel is evident in every facet of his life.
John Sandau joined the Registrar’s Office in 2012. He was part of the Student Service Center team and later joined the Graduate Academic Evaluator team. He is also a devoted husband and father of three. Sandau sees his work as not just a job, but a calling. He has a servant’s heart and always strives to honor the Lord by providing the best possible service to both his students and co-workers. He is humble and always eager to learn and improve. Sandau is a valued member of our team. We are truly blessed to have him serving on our team!
Chris Wilson is a great asset to the IT Technical Productions team. Over the past months, Wilson has been a tremendous help with the completion of the Cinematic Arts, Zaki Gordon Center project, the Jerry Falwell Library project, and the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center project. Wilson has volunteered to work overtime to ensure that these projects were completed on time, and he approaches his work with a cheerful disposition. We are grateful to have an employee like Wilson on our team.