Sarah Horton-Campbell is the Executive Director of Johnson Service Corps. She is passionate about this work because of her personal calling to work at the intersection of spirituality and social justice. This calling was kindled by a service corps year from 2007-2008 with Discipleship Year at Church of the Saviour’s Servant Leadership School in Washington, DC. Sarah’s experience working for a variety of non-profits and social justice causes as well as living in diverse intentional communities informs her work with JSC. In 2013, Sarah earned a Masters of Divinity from Duke Divinity School and a Masters of Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and shortly after came on staff at JSC. She is a member of Pilgrim United Church of Christ in Durham. In her role as executive director, she manages the program, curriculum, partnerships, recruitment, fundraising and board relations. You can contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie Jacobs is Program Director for Johnson Service Corps, where she works to create, develop and hone JSC’s Servant Leadership curriculum that is taught through weekly group classes, quarterly retreats, mentoring, and coaching. Jamie also oversees JSC’s mentoring program and trains incoming mentors. You can contact Jamie at email@example.com.
As a certified C.O.R.E. Mentor/Coach, Jamie works with both individuals as well as organizations, weaving “somatic strategies”, and “embodied leadership” techniques as well as traditional meditation, mindfulness, and relaxation practices into her leadership and organizational coaching style. She is also a RYT 200 yoga instructor.
Margaret Kopp Andrews is Development and Communications Associate for Johnson Service Corps. Margaret is a native of Chapel Hill and a lifelong member of the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church. Margaret has had a varied professional background that includes experience working in education, real estate and publishing; most recently, she has focused her professional efforts on fundraising for several local nonprofits. When Margaret is not working, you can find her chasing after her very active young daughter, Lucille, or (occasionally) relaxing at home with her husband, Richard. You can contact Margaret at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rev. John de Beer is Formation Consultant for Johnson Service Corps. John comes to JSC from decades as a key player in pioneering adult faith formation programs, most notably the Education for Ministry Program at Sewanee, The University of the South, where he was on staff for eight years and has been training mentors since 1978. He recently retired as Rector of St. Mark’s in Burlington, MA and moved to Greensboro, NC with his wife Tricia to become more active with the Servant Leadership School of Greensboro where they both teach a variety of courses. At JSC, John co-teaches the Servant Leadership 101 and Vocation & Money courses, designs curriculum and evaluation, and lends general wisdom to us all!
Mia Hutchins-Cabibi is Chaplain for Johnson Service Corps and a second-year Masters student at Duke Divinity. In her role as Chaplin, Mia has the privilege of supporting corps members in their journey and reflecting on them on how they are being shaped, and where they are being called. Mia’s spiritual life motivates and sustains her passion for social justice. She has experience working in victim support, health and fitness, food security, and pastoral care. She has spent ten years living abroad and has a Masters in International Public Health.