Serving Alumni of Christian Union Universities' Ministries
Vice President of Alumni Engagement
Christine was raised as an Episcopalian and renewed her faith as a young adult by participating in the Alpha Program at St. Bartholomew's in New York City. A native Californian, she earned a BA in history from the University of Pennsylvania.
Christine's first career was as a newspaper and magazine reporter, including stints at Stanford's alumni magazine, Forbes, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She most recently served as Director of Development for The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale and has also worked in development and alumni relations at two private schools in Connecticut.
Christine lives in Connecticut with her husband and three children.
Cornerstone Partner Coordinator
Fuji JK Kim grew up in Philadelphia in a pastor's family. He also grew spiritually through a camp ministry as camper, director and trainer of counselors. Another stage of spiritual growth was in the college fellowship of his local church while at Brandeis University. After seven years of seminary (Gordon-Conwell and Westminster in Philadelphia), God intruded into Fuji's life to show how theology and spiritual life are about Jesus and His gospel.
After being ordained in the Korean America Presbyterian Church denomination, he has been serving and planting churches (partly through CityNet Ministries). Since his last church plant and the advent of children, he completed a Doctor of Ministry project on gospel-driven discipleship.
Lisa was kind to marry Fuji and bear two energetic boys. His avocation is deliberating on the intersection of gospel and technology.
Director of Cornerstone Partnerships
Throughout his career, Greg has performed leadership roles in a range of business endeavors and organizations that helped equip him for the work at Christian Union.
After a 21-year career as an officer in the U.S. Navy, he and his family sold everything to serve as missionaries to refugees in the Middle East and Europe. He launched several business initiative aimed at catalyzing economic, social, and gospel transformation in refugee communities.
He is an ordained pastor and holds bachelor degrees in life science and agriculture, as well as master degrees in theology and applied physics from Texas A&M University, Liberty Theological Seminary, and the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.
Greg and his wife Kari knew each other for two weeks before getting married…that was 24 years ago! They have three grown daughters, and together as a family have lived in 25 homes across 9 U.S. states and 4 foreign countries.
Christian Union develops Christian leaders to transform culture for God’s glory. We serve and resource student organizations at some of the most strategic universities in America, work in key cities to build networks of Christian leaders, and — through CU Day and Night — encourage believers to seek God wholeheartedly.