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Cory Lotspeich

Christian Union Director of Undergraduate Ministry at Penn

Cory2021Bio to come.


Caitlin Vera

Christian Union Ministry Fellow

Caitlin2021Caitlin was born in Lancaster, PA, but raised in Amarillo, TX. She served in the U.S. Marine Corps on Active Duty between 2010 and 2014 and in the Reserves between 2015 and 2017. Upon receiving an Honorable Discharge in 2014, she began her academic career at the San Diego Mesa Community College in San Diego, CA., receiving an Associates in Philosophy in 2016. In 2018, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Religious Studies from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.

She is working towards earning a Master’s of Divinity, with a focus on Military Chaplaincy. She is also currently serving in the U.S. Navy Reserves as a Chaplain Candidate, working towards becoming a fully ordained Naval Chaplain in the future.

She has been married to Carlos, a former Marine, since 2014. They have two fur babies, Mort and Winston. In her time off she enjoys anything outdoors, such as hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and canoeing. She is also learning to play the ukulele.


Fuji Kim

Cornerstone Partner Coordinator

FujiKimFuji 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.