New York City
Scott CrosbyMinistry Director, Christian Union New York City and Christian Union Washington, DC
Scott is a graduate of The American University in Washington, D.C. During 30 years of residence in Asia, he worked in diverse areas of the arts, publishing and missions.
Scott established a gallery for Chinese contemporary art in Shanghai, as well as models of urban ministry in some of Asia's global cities.
In 2010, Scott returned to the U.S. to establish the New City Commons Foundation to work with churches and networks in developing sustainable and effective models of Christian engagement of culture.
Scott and his family have travelled extensively and are on a perpetual quest to locate new sources of authentic Chinese cuisine.
Ministry Intern, Christian Union New York City and Christian Union Washington, DC
Amanda Curtis is a 2019 graduate from Cornell University. She studied Development Sociology (BS) and Environmental and Sustainability Sciences (BS). Professionally, she considers herself an environmental sociologist with a focus on policy and environmental/social justice. Previously she has worked as an events coordinator assistant for the startup incubator Rev: Ithaca Startups Works and as a Civic Research Fellow for Rust 2 Green Binghamton.
Amanda was raised in the small Italian town of Endicott in upstate New York. That being said, she is an Italian foodie at heart. She also loves going on meandering prayer runs, powerlifting, painting and traveling to spend time with her sisters and close friends.