Brooke Vore Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Oxford

Bread Emory serves the students of Emory University and the surrounding area. Functioning as a free coffeehouse and campus ministry, Bread Emory hosts events, small groups, leadership teams, and more. The house is open during the week for students to get free coffee, play games, and find community.

 

Contact: Info@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Angie Stryker Multiply Director

Angie Stryker

Multiply Director

Angie married her husband, Matt, while studying at Georgia Tech. Upon graduating she interned at Georgia Tech CCF, after which she took the position of Associate Minister and worked with the freshmen class for 3 years. She then went abroad for 4 years to help plant a Globalscope campus ministry in Mexico where she also had her two children, Jack and Valerie. In 2012 she returned to Atlanta and stepped in as Director and Campus Minister at Bread. Angie leads our senior leadership group, meets with and counsels students, and is the primary teaching voice during Thursday night storytelling. She also leads donor development and reports to our Board of Directors.

Angie is available to speak at retreats for $250/day, on topics including 'Dreaming Big Dreams,' 'Love in Action in Your Community,' 'Inspiring Staff to Thrive in their Ministry Roles,' and more. All proceeds go to Bread Coffeehouse.

 

Contact: Angie@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Aaron Hoodin Campus Minister Bread Emory

Aaron Hoodin

Campus Minister

Bread Emory

Aaron graduated from Georgia Tech in 2013 and then interned part-time at Bread the following year. Discovering a love for ministry, he subsequently joined full-time staff at Bread and now manages the house residents, coordinates small groups with students and staff, and leads our junior leadership group.

 

Contact: Aaron@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Alicia Marshall Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Emory

Alicia Marshall

Team Leader, Campus Minister

Bread Emory

Alicia graduated from Point University in 2013 with a degree in Biblical Studies and Child & Youth Development. The following year she married her husband, Kyle, and interned at Bread. She currently leads our sophomore leadership group and manages the coffeehouse. Alicia loves baking with students to keep the place full of delicious treats and fresh coffee.

 

Contact: Alicia@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Jay Brunson Campus Minister Bread Emory

Jay Brunson

Campus Minister

Bread Emory

Jay graduated from Georgia Tech in 2012 and then spent a year interning at GTCCF where he worked closely with their freshmen ministry group. The next year he worked with the Office of Student Life at Point University, planning events and ministering to the students there. Finding his way to Bread, Jay continues to excitedly work with freshmen, doing fun things on campus and in the house to welcome people into our community.

 

Contact: Jay@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Kyle Marshall Campus Minister Bread Emory

Kyle Marshall

Campus Minister

Bread Emory

Kyle graduated from Atlanta Christian College (now Point University) in 2008. After graduation he moved to Birmingham England to help start a campus ministry at the University of Birmingham. He now works at Bread working with Senior leaders among other things! Kyle loves watching "Good" T.V, being outside, and cheering on his favorite sports teams (Go Dawgs!).

 

Contact: Kyle@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Ashton Bettis Campus Minister Bread Emory

Ashton Bettis

Campus Minister

Bread Emory

Ashton graduated in May 2016 from Point University with a degree in Humanities and Biblical Studies, with a specialization in Intercultural Missions. Her last three years at Point, she served as a Campus Life Minister (similar to an RA), which allowed her to minister to students in numerous capacities. Through this experience, she fell in love with campus ministry and decided to pursue this passion at Bread Coffeehouse. After serving as an intern for the 2016-2017 year, Ashton is excited to join the full-time staff for 2017-2018!

 

Contact: Ashton@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Brooke Vore Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Oxford

Bread Oxford started in 2016 with the desire to build a bridge between the Oxford and Atlanta campuses of Emory University. We are so excited to expand our Bread family with the students in Oxford!

Bread exists because of donations from individuals, churches, and organizations. We would love for you to be a part of Bread continuing to host free events and meals! If you are interested in becoming a monthly partner or giving a one-time gift, click the buttons below. All financial gifts are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!

 

Contact: Oxford@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Brooke Vore Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Oxford

Brooke Vore

Team Leader, Campus Minister

Bread Oxford

Brooke graduated from Auburn University in 2012 and interned at a campus ministry called ACF the following year. After staying on for a second year as staff and then marrying her husband, Robert, she traveled to Birmingham, England as an international campus minister. Back in the states she joined Bread's team in 2015, serving to build a bridge for students at Emory Oxford and Emory Atlanta. After a year of learning all things Bread and Emory, she now focuses on the Oxford location full-time and is excited to expand the Bread family to the students at Oxford College.

 

Contact: Brooke@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Robert Vore Campus Minister Bread Oxford

Robert Vore

Campus Minister

Bread Oxford

Robert graduated from Auburn University in 2013 and then interned at a college ministry called ACF. The next year, he married Brooke, and the two of them moved to England to serve as Campus Ministers at a ministry called Canvas. Upon their return to the U.S., Robert taught Middle & High School as well as serving in a relational ministry role at a private Christian school. Robert will join the staff of Bread Oxford in the fall of 2017, and is currently studying to get his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

Brooke Vore Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Oxford

Bread Boston started in 2016 out of the desire to share the hospitality, community, and love of Christ beyond Emory University. We are excited to see what is in store for our newest ministry and we cannot wait to serve the community around Tufts University and Boston!

We are a registered 501(c)(3) and all gifts are tax deductible. Bread Boston is fully funded through donations; we welcome and appreciate your support. Thank you!

Interested in giving specific items? Check out Bread Boston's Wish List!

Contact: HelloBoston@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Lindsay Hicks Team Leader, Campus Minister Bread Boston

Lindsay Hicks

Team Leader, Campus Minister

Bread Boston

Lindsay graduated from Georgia Tech in 2012 and then spent a year interning at GTCCF where she worked closely with their sophomore ministry group. There she developed her passion for helping students and serving the community. From 2013-16 Lindsay worked at Emory University’s Bread Coffeehouse. There she discovered her love for black coffee, serving the University’s athletes & Greeks, playing copious amounts of board games and telling ridiculous stories about her childhood.

She now leads the Bread Boston team and is excited to discover a new wonderful city!

Contact: Lindsay@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Nate Rubright Campus Minister Bread Boston

Nate Rubright

Campus Minister

Bread Boston

Nate is a native of Pittsburgh, graduate of Georgia Tech, and former intern with the Georgia Tech Christian Campus Fellowship. While attending school he developed a love for the outcasts, misfits, and exiles because, well, he was one. For the past three years he has been working as a polymers engineer in South Texas.

He joined the Bread Boston team to spread the love of Jesus to those who feel left out. He and his wife Molly are excited to trade the blistering heat of Texas for the frigid cold of Boston. His interests are: (in order) breakfast tacos, hockey, and the classics.

Contact: Nate@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Kim Tucker Director of Business Services Bread Multiply

Kim Tucker

Director of Business Services

Bread Multiply

Kim graduated from Auburn University in 2009 with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies. While at Auburn, Kim was a part of the student leadership team at Auburn Christian Fellowship. She also studied abroad with Globalscope in Puebla, Mexico, where she met Angie. After graduation Kim went on to get her Masters of Youth and Family Ministry from Denver Seminary in 2013. Kim joined the Bread staff in 2016 as the Director of Business Services. She assists in all things non-profit, back end services for Bread as it multiplies, beefing up the financial systems and accounting, as well as pouring into people on the multiple teams.

Fun Fact: Kim lived in her driveway in a trailer for 3 months while renovating a 1920s bungalow

Contact: Kim@BreadCoffeehouse.org

Phone: 678.284.2242

Victoria Maynez Counselor, AMFT, APC Bread Emory

Victoria Maynez

Counselor, AMFT, APC

Bread Emory

Victoria is a California native. She graduated from Richmont Graduate University in 2016 with a masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her passion for counseling developed after being involved in ministry on The World Race in 2010. Victoria was a counseling intern at Point University and gained a passion to bring counseling services to students. She has been hired as the counselor for the students at Bread and is excited to be a part of this community.

Fun Fact: Victoria’s Thanksgiving tradition is watching all of the Harry Potter movies while enjoying her family's Cherry Cheesecake recipe. She also loves to go hiking with her dog Nova.