2019 Student Team

We are thrilled to introduce the 2019 Wheelock Conference Student Team!

Margaret Cross D'19Margaret Cross D’19
Margaret Cross D'19»
Tyné Freeman MALS'19Tyné Freeman D’17, MALS’19
Tyné Freeman MALS'19»
Andrea JenkinsAndrea Jenkins D’20
Andrea Jenkins D'20»
Micah TaylorMicah Taylor D’21
Micah Taylor D'21»
Jake Casale D'17Jake Casale D’17, Alumni Coach
Jake Casale D'17»
Margaret Cross is a senior at Dartmouth double-majoring in Government and English. Outside of class, Margaret studies vocal performance and sings with the Dartmouth Glee Club. She manages the Aquinas House Women’s Fellowship and in fall 2018, she founded the Breaking Bread dinner discussion series that brings together students, faculty, and alumni for conversations about faith and identity at the Wheelock House. After graduation, she hopes to pursue opportunities in writing, law, and/or academia. Powered by Hackadelic Sliding Notes 1.6.5
Tyné is a vocalist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. She has released several records, and has toured in the U.S. and internationally. Her most recent album, Bridges, was a finalist in the 2018 Independent Music Awards. She earned a music degree from Dartmouth College in 2017, and authored an ethnography exploring intercultural music collaboration. Tyné is currently completing her master’s degree at Dartmouth, and preparing to record a new full album.Powered by Hackadelic Sliding Notes 1.6.5
Andrea Jenkins is a ’20 at Dartmouth pursuing a degree in Computer Science. She is originally from Longview, Texas. At Dartmouth, she is the Vine and Worship Project Director with Christian Union, a Director with Camp Kesem, and was recently the House Manager of the Wheelock House. She is passionate about God, coding, and volunteer work. As House Manager, she processed reservations of the House as well as communicated with all undergraduate leaders and staff members that use the Wheelock House.
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Micah is a ’21 at Dartmouth pursuing a degree in Engineering. He was born in Dallas, but he spent much of his life in Japan. He built the Eleazar Wheelock Society connections portal, which allows Christian students and alumni to contact each other directly for mentorship and fellowship.
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Jake works as a Business Analyst for TruDataRx, a company focused on bringing transparency and evidence-based savings to pharmacy by empowering employers to take control of their spend with clinical data. Before TruDataRx, Jake worked in public health research at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. He graduated from Dartmouth in 2017 with a degree in psychology and additional studies in global health, human geography, and economic development. As a student, he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Dartmouth Apologia and held leadership positions in campus ministry, and spent several terms abroad working with grassroots community health nonprofits in South Africa and Uganda. He is passionate about the intersection of data science, human-centered design, and health systems strengthening. Whenever he catches a moment of free time, you can find him learning new board games to share with friends and family, lost in a Biblical history/commentary, or plotting his renegade second career as a starving actor.Powered by Hackadelic Sliding Notes 1.6.5