WIC Program Staff

The Urban Studies Program is proud to announce the addition of two new staff to the Wheaton in Chicago Program, Jennifer King Soderquist and Ryn Manby.

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Jennifer King Soderquist, WIC Spiritual Formation Coordinator

"A reoccurring question for me  is “What does it mean to follow Him in the city?".

Jennifer joins the Wheaton in Chicago Program as the Spiritual Formation Coordinator beginning in the Fall of 2013.  She has previously served as the Wheaton College Women's Volleyball Coach for over 20 years.  In addition to her experience working with college students, she also has many years of both living and serving in an urban setting.  We are excited to have Jennifer in this important role with our students.

 

Ryn Manby, WIC Residence Coordinator

"When I was a Resident Assistant at Wheaton, I discovered a love for incarnational ministry among college students." 

We welcome Ryn Manby as the WIC Residence Coordinator.  Ryn is a 2011 graduate of Wheaton College with a degree in Sociology.  During her years at Wheaton, Ryn was both a Resident Assistant and a Student Chaplain.  Ryn is excited to combine her love for student development with her passion for the city in this role. 

Jennifer King Soderquist, WIC Spiritual Formation Coordinator

"A reoccurring question for me  is “What does it mean to follow Him in the city?".

Jennifer joins the Wheaton in Chicago Program as the Spiritual Formation Coordinator beginning in the Fall of 2013.  She has previously served as the Wheaton College Women's Volleyball Coach for over 20 years.  In addition to her experience working with college students, she also has many years of both living and serving in an urban setting.  We are excited to have Jennifer in this important role with our students.

 

Ryn Manby, WIC Residence Coordinator

"When I was a Resident Assistant at Wheaton, I discovered a love for incarnational ministry among college students." 

We welcome Ryn Manby as the WIC Residence Coordinator.  Ryn is a 2011 graduate of Wheaton College with a degree in Sociology.  During her years at Wheaton, Ryn was both a Resident Assistant and a Student Chaplain.  Ryn is excited to combine her love for student development with her passion for the city in this role.